Unless you’ve been hiding out in a Buddhist monastery or have diligently avoided the countless supermarkets shoehorning dried figs and tinsel into festive displays long before Halloween’s rubber masks and fake cobwebs were done with, you can’t have failed to spot that Christmas is just around the corner.
This year you can show your friends and family you care about more than just sending season’s greetings by giving them a card which also helps to fund the vital and varied work of EIA.
Wildlife photographer and old friend of EIA Iain Green is justly renowned for the breathtaking images he has captured of tigers in the wild, and for 2011 he has been kind enough to produce a special festive-themed tiger Christmas card to help support us.
Iain’s cards cost £3.95 per pack of six (plus p&p), and for each pack sold he’ll donate £1 to EIA.
To order, call us on 020 7354 7960, or click here.
As well as Iain’s generosity, EIA is once again a beneficiary of this year’s Paperchase charity cards.
Choose from a selection of 44 different designs, including the forest cards pictured here. All cards are printed on FSC-approved board and EIA will receive a share of the profits from all designs sold.
“As well as sending a little festive cheer and love to your friends and family, you can show you love the environment and cheer us up at EIA!,” said Janet Fereday, Head of Fundraising. “Every pound counts and we are enormously grateful for all your support.”