We are delighted to be able to offer Christmas cards again for 2017 and have introduced two fantastic new designs for 2017.
There are 10 cards per pack, complete with envelopes; generously priced at £3.00 per pack. For those that wish to sell on our behalf, we are able to offer bulk quantities of cards on a sale or return basis. There are no quantity restrictions, however we do ask you to be mindful and take only what you feel will realistically sell. We do not hold vast quantities of cards and we want to be fair to all who wish to support us in this way.
As ever, we have a small stock of the following design from last year, which we offer at half price (£1.50). They are not dated, so are still perfectly usable! These are limited stocks and offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, and are required to be paid upfront, with no returns. Those designs are as follows:
To place an order, please telephone our office on 0151 652 7317 or you can email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org. If emailing, please ensure that you include a contact telephone number and don’t forget to state which card designs you require, along with the quantity. We will contact you to arrange suitable collection once the cards have been packed.
The money raised from the sale of our cards, 100% goes directly into our services to those we support, which is only possible due to the generosity of our sponsors. If you would like to become a sponsor, no matter how small a contribution, please do get in touch…
We are taking orders now!
PLEASE NOTE: Due to refurbishment taking place at our Sandford Street site (Mary Cole House), we ask that you do not attend at these or other premises, without prior arrangements. We will advise on the most suitable location to collect.
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