Published on October 18th, 2018 | by voxx0
Charity Christmas Card Shops Pop-Up Across Lincolnshire
Cards for Good Causes, the UK’s largest charity Christmas card organisation, is set to open its pop-up shops across Lincolnshire, getting the festive season under way. The shops will be in four locations in the county:
- Grantham, The George Centre, High Street
- Lincoln, St Mary-Le-Wigford Church
- Louth, St James’s Church
- Stamford, St John’s Church
Buying Christmas cards through Cards for Good Causes is the best way to get access to the widest selection of Christmas cards available as well as a fantastic range of seasonal gifts and products, while supporting a range of national and local charities.
Run by teams of local volunteers, the pop-up shops in Lincolnshire are part of a network of more than 300 shops run by Cards for Good Causes. They raise funds for over 250 charities including Cancer Research UK, Barnardo’s, NSPCC, Alzheimer’s Society and RNLI, as well as a number of local charities including the Lincolnshire Churches Trust and Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance.
Shoppers will be able to choose from hundreds of different Christmas card designs. Also available is a fabulous range of festive gifts, decorations, wrapping, stocking fillers and tasty treats. From colourful tea towels and festive napkins to traditional advent calendars and candles, Cards for Good Causes has a wide array of items that will get your Christmas off to a great start.
Sue Berridge, area manager for Lincolnshire at Cards for Good Causes, says: “We are looking forward to welcoming shoppers to our pop-up shops this season. Buying charity Christmas cards is one of the simplest ways to support good causes this festive season and we stock one of the widest ranges of Christmas cards anywhere. The proceeds from every card or product sold make a vital contribution to the work of the charities that we partner.”
In the past ten years, charities have received more than £40 million from Cards for Good Causes, representing at least 70p in every pound, out of which the charities pay for the production and distribution of their Christmas cards and any VAT.