From the hit children’s show, Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep is making the charity rounds. A beloved character and icon, Shaun the Sheep looks to bring about some big changes to the world of charity. With only a limited number of sculptures from the show available, this season of giving is shaping up to be all about the sheep.

This tremendous auction will have more than just sheep to fill out its offerings. A Wallace and Gromit’s fan’s dream collection, individual pieces of invaluable items will be gracing the auction floor for a good cause. The last Wallace and Gromit auction for charity raised over £1 million at auction. So this christmas, The Grand Appeal and the Bristol Children’s Hospital are looking to stir the urge to give once more.

The Grand Appeal is no stranger to charitable events. After launching their inaugural auction back in 2013, The Grand Appeal has held multiple drives for the hospital. Regularly breaking records with their fusion of family fun and a charitable cause, The Grand Appeal has made a tremendous difference in the lives of millions.

Amanda StarbuckShaun the Sheep, from his famous show Shaun in the City, is an icon alongside his other characters. Created by the incomparable Nick Park, this series takes classic claymation comedy to the next level. His unique brand of english humor and cartoonish characters have built a devoted audience over the years, and if this charity proves anything, it’s that his message of love and kindness that so permeated his work did not go unnoticed. For more on this charity, click here.