A TOTAL of £5,090 was raised for a number of charities by the Cards for Good Causes pop-up shop at Droitwich Heritage Centre which operated over the Christmas season.
Cancer Research UK, RNLI, Alzheimer’s Society and many more charities benefited.
Bosses want people to know the organisation sells everyday, occasion and birthday cards via its website and hopes, after a tough 18 months, shoppers will continue to support the causes online all year round.
The not-for-profit Cards for Good Causes is the trading arm of the 1959 Group of Charities which has 25 members including Barnardo’s, Save the Children and Parkinson’s UK. As a not-for-profit organisation, all proceeds are given back to local and national charities. In the past ten years it has given back over £40 million to the charities it partners with.
Jeremy Lune, CEO at Cards for Good Causes, said: “On behalf of all of our charities, we would like to say a huge thank you to the Droitwich local community.
“The proceeds from every card or product purchased has made a vital contribution to the work of national and local charities.
“It has been a very tough season but the support has been incredible and we hope to continue our work in 2021.”
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