New Charity Christmas Cards Raise Money for Anno’s Africa
If you’re hunting around for new charity Christmas cards that will not just send your festive greetings, but will also do some good, you can stop searching.
The Just a Card campaign have recently unveiled their first charity Christmas card, which will be sold exclusively via the campaign website and a partner gallery.
Designed by Actor, Benedict Cumberbatch, the illustrated Christmas Tree design will help raise much-needed funds for Anno’s Africa.
About the Charity
Anno’s Africa is a UK based children’s arts charity running educational arts projects for children living in slum conditions in Kenya.
The charity was set up in memory of Anno Birkin, a young, gifted writer and musician who sadly died in a car crash in 2001; just one month short of his 21st birthday.
Anno’s Africa has been operating in Nairobi since 2006 and there are currently over 1,200 children participating in the charities workshops and in the weekly clubs run by their sister organisation One Fine Day.
The Charity Christmas Card
This special charity Christmas card is available in packs of 5 cards (1 design per pack). Each card is printed on a slightly textured, heavy weight Tintoretto Gesso paper and paired with a crisp white envelope.
To leave plenty of room for your festive message, the Christmas cards are kept blank inside.
About the Just a Card Campaign
The Just a Card campaign aims to encourage people to buy from Designer/Makers and Independent Galleries and Shops by reinforcing the message that all purchases, however small, even ‘just a card’ are so vital to the prosperity and survival of small businesses.
Launched by Artist & Designer Sarah Hamilton, the campaign is run by a small pack of volunteers who will be shipping the new Charity Christmas cards out as fast as possible.
Find Out More & Buy the Cards
The cards retail at £12.50 for a pack of five cards. To purchase the new charity Christmas cards go to the Just a Card website or pick a pack up in person from The Leaping Hare Gallery in Easingwold, North Yorkshire.
To find out more about the charity please visit the Anno’s Africa website.