Try some charity Christmas cards which make a real difference

If you’re looking for a good cause to support this Xmas holiday season, and want to maximise the amount going to charity, or are simply looking for some unusual designer cards, then our packs of greeting cards are for you. A minimum donation of £4 per pack of cards sold will go to Ganet’s Adventure School, Malawi, supporting the education of the children at the school.

The Africa inspired ‘Snowflakes’, ‘Signs’,  ‘Stars’ and ‘Patterns’ ranges of high quality greetings cards are available to purchase for £4.50 per pack of 12 high quality designer cards plus P&P (online price only, retail costs vary). Online payment can be made quickly and securely via Paypal. The size of each card is 148x148mm, and envelopes are included. P&P costs for mail order are included in the prices below.

Delivery will be made via First Class post in the UK.

New for 2012: Order your packs of ‘Snowflakes’ cards

Modern designs which mix the exotic patterns of African fabrics with snowflake-inspired geometry.

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Order your packs of ‘Signs’ cards

Each pack contains six each of two designs painted by sign painters from Nkhata Bay, Malawi.

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Order your packs of ‘Stars’ cards

Each pack contains six each of two designs, featuring origami stars made by the children of the school and photographed by Steve McInerny.

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Order your packs of ‘Patterns’ cards

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Postage and packing charges for first class deliveries within the UK are as follows:

1 pack: £1.70
2 packs: £3.40
3 packs: £3.50
4 packs: £5.30

For larger quantities and international delivery costs, email to confirm costs before ordering.

Collect the cards yourself and save on postage
Alternatively, collection can be arranged from Steve McInerny if you can get to central or south London – email before ordering.

Find out about where the money goes

Christmas card printing and finishing donated by Preview
Paper donated by Mason’s Paper
Design work donated by Steve McInerny

How can 80% of the purchase price go to charity?

Ganet’s Adventure School is a registered charity in the UK. The cards are a not for profit enterprise – the design, paper and printing are all donated and the cards are sold by volunteers. It doesn’t get much more ethical than that, and our cards are great value too!

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