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Card Aid, an initiative of the Charities Advisory Trust, will be selling Christmas cards at Cheapside’s St Mary-le-Bow Church throughout the festive season, giving all proceeds to charity.

With the season of goodwill upon us Card Aid’s charity Christmas card store is now open for business in Cheapside’s St Mary-le-Bow Church.

Card Aid, an initiative of the Charities Advisory Trust, has been helping charities to produce and sell cards for nearly 40 years on both the high street and online, raising much-needed money for vital causes and supporting over 200 charities.

Customers can choose from a variety of high quality, UK-printed Christmas cards, featuring both contemporary and traditional designs. Card Aid guarantees that every penny of profits raised is directly donated to the stated cause (up to 60% of the price – six times more than most commercially produced cards).

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“Our shops offer an unrivalled range of cards, together with the assurance that all profits from the cards you are buying are going to charity”, says Dame Hilary Blume, director of the Charities Advisory Trust.

To assist this store in the run up to Christmas, Card Aid is seeking enthusiastic and dependable volunteers. This is a fun and rewarding opportunity, helping the charity keep costs down and profits up.

Those wanting to help should contact 020 7794 9835 or volunteer@charitiesadvisorytrust.org.uk.

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