GM Fundraising is bringing some much-needed Christmas cheer to the industry with the launch of its popular 2020 Christmas card. After such a tumultuous year, the beautifully designed Christmas card allows the industry to spread a little hope to customers, suppliers and friends as well as raising some much-needed money for Hope House Children’s Hospices.
Gary Morton, founder of GM Fundraising, explains: “We know the festive season will soon be upon us and the children at Hope House have been busy creating our annual Christmas card. Every year we commission a beautifully designed Christmas card and this year’s card has been a collaborative effort from Oliver and the other children at Hope House, which is very special.”
Since it was established in 1995, GM Fundraising has raised almost £2 million for Hope House Children’s Hospices, but 2020 has been a challenging year for the charity. Gary said: “Never before has the support been so vital to Hope House with all our charity and fundraising events having to be postponed or cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Over 95% of Hope House’s annual operating costs are met through charitable donations and they have been faced with additional challenges due to the pandemic. All face-to- face nursing now requires the use of full PPE, and the average cost per day has risen to £78.00 per child. We are hoping that the sales of the Christmas cards will help support them at this time.”
The Christmas cards are available in quantities over 50, and are overprinted with your company logo and personal message. The cards cost £1.20 each, plus postage and packaging and can be ordered direct by emailing Alan Sadler at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting www.gmfundraising.co.uk.
Gary concludes: “Every penny raised in the sale of the Christmas cards goes direct to Hope House. We are grateful for the support from the industry and we hope the sales of this year’s Christmas cards helps spread a little hope and festive cheer at this time.”
All Christmas card orders need to be received by Alan no later than Monday 30th November, 2020.