Posted: October 2018
The Cards for Good Causes annual pop-up Christmas Card Shop opens today in our church. The opening hours are 10am to 4pm, Monday's to Saturday's from today, October 31st to Thursday December 13th.
New card shop manager John Miskin, will be supported by a team of volunteers from local churches and charities, as well as a small group of volunteer duty managers from the church.
79% of the takings go back to the charities, whilst the rest covers the overheads of Cards for Good Causes in supplying and running their nationwide temporary shop network. Come and see the wide range of charities you can support and a new range of gifts.
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