Orphan Christmas is like Tinder, but for Christmas Day!
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With Christmas Day just around the corner, many are in the process of making arrangements to celebrate with friends, family or loved ones.
But what of those members of the community who don’t have any options or invitations to share in Christmas Day celebrations? Let’s face it, there is nothing worse than being alone on Christmas Day.
Enter www.OrphanChristmas.com – an international website that allows people to geo-target and open their hearts and homes to celebrate Christmas with others in their community, who may otherwise spend this time alone.
There are many who, for a multitude of reasons, don’t have a place to go yuletide – from expats, students and travelers to divorcees, the homeless and the elderly.
The Orphan Christmas platform was created as a means to meet and invite others to your own Christmas shindig, or to connect to others who may also be alone, to create your very own celebrations together.
How does it work?
Simply head to the website to register your existing Christmas Day event or invite, and interested people will contact you to make arrangements.
Alternatively, you can create your own group and event and connect to other orphans.
The top 5 reasons for an Orphan Christmas
- Disconnection from family, divorce or family members who just don’t get along
- Travelers, ex-pats or work commitments which keep them away from home
- Student who are away from home and can’t afford to travel
- Religious reasons
- Elderly people who cannot travel or afford to join other family members
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