Posted: January 2019
The 2018 Cards For Good Causes pop-up charity Christmas card shop in our church reported sales of £14,196.95. At least 70p in every £ goes back to the participating charities. Shop Manager John Miskin, writing to all his volunteer shop helpers and managers, said, "I appreciated all your help during my first year as manager and look forward to working with you this year. I have planned to open on Friday 1st November and close on Saturday 14th December, subject to confirmation from Head Office. Once again I thank you for your help."
So well done John and all the team. To find out more about Cards For Good Causes, click here for the FAQ page.
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