A family who have been recording their very own Christmas song each year since 2006 are now putting them on the biggest streaming platforms to raise money for charity.
Stuart Jackson and his wife Natalie, from Thames Ditton in Surrey, come together with their three children every year to form a group called The Screaming Jacksons.
The Jacksons have been producing their own songs as a family ever since 2006 when their three kids Will, Amber and Benji, were babies.
Mr Jackson told the The Mirror: "They started off gurgling in the background and now write, sing and perform the songs themselves ... you can hear them grow up on the record!"
The family has been sending a CD with their new song to their friends and loved ones since they started.
But they have this year decided to make the 14 songs produced between 2006-2019 available on Spotify, Amazon, Apple, Google and Deezer to raise funds for charities as they have been badly hit by the lack of fundraisers during lockdown.
The one produced this year will be out on December 10.
Explaining how it works, Mr Jackson, who works in communications, said: "We’ll be donating every penny we earn from our Christmas songs throughout December to the charities below.
"Each charity will get the amount of money raised by the song we’ve aligned them to.
"So, the more you listen to a certain song, the more that charity will get."
While all streaming platforms have different rates, he estimates that 2,000 streams of a song will earn about £10 "for a charity that needs it at this time of year".
He added: "Every time someone listens to any one of them throughout December, they’ll be helping someone who needs it – from the doctors and nurses who have sacrificed so much this year… to children across the world who need support… to those without a roof over their head this winter."
With almost half a billion active users every day, Mr Jackson said "there’s a real chance to make a difference".
A list of the charities each song has been aligned to
Sleigh bells and Holly (2006) NSPCC
Merry Christmas Everyone (2007) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
The Bells of St Andrews (2008) St Andrews Church, Surbiton
The Night Before Christmas (2009) UNICEF
The Angel on the Tree (2010) Alzheimers Society
We’ll Get Home Soon (2011) Help for Heroes
Christmas Everywhere (2012) Deepalaya
Merry Christmas from Golden Square (2013) Great Ormond Street Hospital
Hey Ho It’s Christmas! (2014) British Heart Foundation
Every Winter (2015) Cancer Research
We Three Ships (2016) Royal National Lifeboat Institution
First Christmas (2017) Save The Children
Christmas Treason (2018) The Basement Door
I believe in Christmas (2019) Crisis
The songs can be accessed through the following links