You may be wondering how you can get involved, not least of all in the run up to Christmas.
Christmas is naturally a time when thoughts turn to those who may be homeless, not least of all at a time of the year when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Christmas cards have always been an important part of our fundraising activities and this year is no different. All funds raised will go towards the Arklight winter night shelter, which runs from November 2019 to February 2020; giving those who are sleeping on the streets a warm and safe place from the harsh weather.
We offer packs of pre-printed Christmas cards for sale, and we are always looking for people to help sell them on our behalf, through your churches, community venues and workplaces.
We are offering the following fabulous new designs for 2019…
If you fancy selling some packs of cards on our behalf; perhaps at a coffee morning you’re holding, on your reception desk, etc, please let us know. We can supply a quantity of cards on a sale or return basis. Take as many as you want and bring back what you don’t sell. We can’t say fairer than that!
If you just want to buy a few packs just for yourself, then that’s fine too. There are no minimum quantities.
Cards are in packs of 10 and are £3.00 per pack.
To place an order:
Download an order form (via the link below), complete it and hand in or post to: Paula Clay, The Grand Trunk, 43 Old Bidston Road, Birkenhead, CH41 8EL
We can arrange for cards to be available for you to collect or we can arrange local drop-off, if required.
Share the love! If you can’t sell any cards, then why not support us by sharing the love and simply promoting our fabulous Christmas cards at your workplace or organisation? Simply download and print the poster (below) and pop it on a couple of your noticeboards! Go on, we won’t tell your boss!
Thank you so much for supporting us at Christmas time!
Wirral Churches’ Ark Project is a homeless prevention, support and accommodation service.
We support thousands of people at risk. These include isolated people with mental health or drug problems, current and ex-offenders, former rough sleepers and people who are begging or street drinking.
Our aim is to help homeless men and women on an individual level, working together to identify the support they need for their particular journey to recovery.