Every year around 75,000 young people in the UK risk spending the festival period on the street. Today, BBH London teamed up with children's charity Barnardo's and launched homeforxmas.org, a Christmas initiave aiming at raising money to help funding their work with homeless young people.
From now until 21 December, you are invited to donate, and in return, homeforxmas.org will select one entrant's home address, remodel it, and using 3D printing to make a beautiful bespoke snow globe with their house inside it.
This beautiful bespoke snow globe, complete with personalised engraving, will then be wrapped and boxed before finally being sent to the selected recipient.
To be part of BBH's 'Home for Christmas' project, simply click here.
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