Charity makes Christmas cards count
Following the huge success of its Christmas cards last year, the Devon Wildlife Trust is preparing for a bumper season in 2011 with a new range of designs.
Devon Wildlife Trust’s has been selling Christmas cards for a number of years and last year the scheme raised over £5,000 for it’s work conserving wildlife around the county.
There are eight stunning designs in this year’s range which are available to order online, over the phone or by post. The designs include fox, squirrel, robin, deer, and hare and a number of beautiful wintery landscape shots.
Phoebe Grubb, DWT’s fundraising officer said: ‘With Christmas now looming and the weather turning cold we have started to promote our latest range of cards. They are printed on card from sustainable sources and really show off some of Devon’s best loved animals. The cards are a great way to help wildlife on your doorstep while sending your Christmas wishes to loved ones.”
People who wish to purchase cards should visit www.devonwildlifetrust.org or call Devon Wildlife Trust on 01392 279244. The cards are also available through the Cards for Good Causes outlets across the county.
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