Personalised Christmas cards with the personal touch…
Sending out a personalised corporate Christmas card is a personal way of thanking your customers for their support during the year and wishing them happy holidays.
Hopefully, it also makes your customers appreciate your good wishes, your input over the last year and encourage them to want to work with you again in the new year.
However, there is always a balancing act to be done…a Christmas card is not to be seen as simply a sales tool to push your business but a gesture of appreciation and goodwill.
The Christmas Card company provides a large selection of personalised Christmas cards of which 10p from every card goes to Charity. You simply select the charity of your choice (or from a large selection on our website) and then we include the specific Charity’s logo on the card.
this means not only are you supporting those less fortunate but you are also making a statement as a business that you have a corporate conscience and that doing business is about relationships and profit alone.
It may sound ‘old fashioned’ to talk about ‘Christmas spirit’ but thinking about others is always ‘in vogue’ and a sentiment that I think, other businesses will appreciate and respect. So this year
send out a Personalised Christmas card proudly displaying the Charity of your choice and let your customers know that at least for this time of year it’s not just about profit.
Below are just a few of the incredibly worth charities you can support…(see our website for a full list of charities).
Help for Heroes
Support for those injured in the defence of the country, to aid the rehabilitation of service men and women and ensure they receive the best treatment to aid their recovery
Children with Cancer
Research, improved treatments and support for children with cancer and their families are still much-needed. Every week in the UK, more than 70 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer. Every year we invest more than £4 million in new research across the full range of childhood cancers. We currently have more than 60 projects under way at leading centres around the UK. This includes research that aims to drive up survival rates in even the hardest-to-treat cancers and to reduce the burden of toxicity for young cancer patients. With your continued help we can continue our life-saving work.
UNICEF works in 190 countries to help provide;
•Life saving food and nutrition
•Protection from violence
British Heart Foundation
The British Heart Foundation is a charity organisation in the United Kingdom. It is the single biggest funder of cardiovascular research in the UK.
Keeping your heart healthy, whatever your age, is the most important thing you can do to help prevent and manage heart disease.
Stroke Association UK
By supporting the Stroke Association you are helping the sufferers of Strokes to make the best possible recovery.
The number of stroke survivors is expected to more than double in the next 20 years, meaning over 2 million people in the UK are anticipated to be living with the effects of stroke. As the ageing population grows, so too will the pressure on our already stretched health and social care services to treat and care for people affected by stroke. This is why we need your support. Funding stroke research is the only way we will find more effective treatments and rehabilitation techniques. This would mean that more people could live independently, be less affected by disability, and less reliant on both care providers and their families.