The season for giving is almost upon us, and as the cost-of-living crisis continues to impact UK households, making meaningful purchases is a must this Christmas. That’s why Cards For Good Causes are delighted to announce that their pop-up shop is returning to Oxford on Thursday 9th November, for all your festive needs!
The charity is delighted to be opening the doors of its shop located in Long Room, Oxford Town Hall this week. With beautiful greeting cards, advent calendars and gifts galore, a visit to the Oxford Cards For Good Causes shop is guaranteed to have local residents, visitors and tourists singing carols, decking the halls and spreading festive cheer.
And, it doesn’t stop there! Shoppers can stock up on stunning gift wrap and decorations, stationery and homeware too, all whilst raising much needed vital funds for the charity of their choice. The full selection is also available to purchase online, with same day dispatch and free shipping on orders over £40: https://www.cardsforcharity.co.uk
As the UK's largest multi-charity Christmas card organisation, Cards For Good Causes has opened shops around the UK each year since 1959, raising over £40 million for local and national charities in the last decade alone. Charities that will be supported by the money raised this year include a new addition of the Terrence Higgins Trust, as well as Cancer Research UK, Diabetes UK, Perennial, NSPCC, Epilepsy Action, Barnardo's and many more local and national charities.
Cherry Whiteside, CEO at Cards For Good Causes says: “We can’t wait to open our doors again this year, all thanks to the support of the Oxford community! If you’re looking for Christmas cards and gifts that give back, we have a fantastic selection available for you to purchase, all whilst supporting the charities of your choice. We hope to welcome you to our shop very soon!”
Cards For Good Causes is still recruiting for Shop Managers. Those interested in finding out more can find vacancy information here: https://www.cardsforcharity.co.uk/join-us
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