The UK’s largest multi-charity Christmas card organisation, which has a shop in Louth, is urging people not to forget to support charities as they make their preparations for the big day.
Executive of Cards for Good Causes, Christine Holland says: “Christmas cards are an important source of funding for charities while also raising awareness of their work. We know that times are tough this year but the great thing about sending charity Christmas cards is that you buy once but give twice, once to the person you send the card to and again to a cause that is close to your heart.”
Cards for Good Causes sells charity Christmas cards through a network of more than 300 pop-up shops, as well as online. As well as a wide range of card designs from national and local charities, the Louth shop in St James’s Church also sells Christmas goods, purchased by Cards for Good Causes, such as notebooks, stocking fillers, advent calendars, wrapping paper, gift tags and napkins.