Action for Children has opened a "virtual gifting" store with a winter wonderland theme.
Inside the London Covent Garden pop-up, visitors can select items they would like to donate to children this Christmas.
To help with the selection process, people will be shown festive photographs and be recommended a "Secret Santa" gift based on their reactions.
The images have been chosen to represent the gifts available. If seeing a child opening a present makes you smile, you will be recommended to buy a toy. If you prefer looking at a Christmas dinner, you'll be recommended to purchase a hot meal. The "Elf.ai." service was designed and created by Capgemini.
Gifts start at £10 for a hot meal and go up to £60, which gives a homeless young person a bed for the night. They can also be purchased on behalf of someone else, turning a friend or family member into a "Secret Santa". All donors will receive a "thank you" Christmas card.
At the shop, open until 18 December, visitors can also purchase Action for Children "happy" and "safe" T-shirts and jumpers.
Festive workshops including wreath-making will also take place.