This Easter, why not send a child you love a QEF Kid's Easter Tree kit and we will ensure it is delivered straight to their door.
A terracotta pot, eggs to decorate, paints and other craft materials.
Plus a few Easter surprises!
Please note the kits include milk chocolate eggs, please email email@example.com if you would like these taken out.
Simply order your kits for £15 +£3.50 P+P each by Monday 15th March at 2pm and we will have them delivered straight to your desired address in time for the tutorial launch on Friday 26th March at 11am. You do not have to join us on this date, as access to the tutorial will be available throughout April.
And don't forget to email us with the names and addresses required for each kit and who we should say they are from.
History of Easter Trees
Easter Tree's seem to originate from Germany, where they are known as Ostereierbaum (Easter Egg Trees) and one of the most famous displays can be found in Saalfeld, an Eastern German town. A man called Volker Kraft has been adding eggs to his family’s Ostereierbaum, which is an apple tree, for years which has 10,000 eggs on its branches which he started in 1965 with 18 eggs.
All funds raised from our Spring Wreath Making will go towards QEF's new Care & Rehabilitation Centre, under our Edward Guinness Appeal.
In July 2020 QEF opened the flagship Care and Rehabilitation (CRC) to support the NHS in the pandemic and help free up hospital beds for COVID-19 patients. Through this landmark build, QEF aims to be at the forefront of neuro rehabilitation for people with an acquired brain injury, using accessible technology to support clients and their families through what can be a very difficult journey. We are also working with the NHS to take post COVID-19 patients into the centre who have experienced a neurological event such as a stroke or seizure during their treatment in hospital and require physio and rehabilitation.
By taking part in our Spring Wreath Making event, you will be able to create a beautiful wreath in the comfort of your own home, whilst making a huge difference to the lives of disabled people.
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