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Charity Christmas Cards

Charity Christmas Cards

Bishop says post a real card this Christmas
The Bishop of Hertford has backed a campaign calling for people to send real Christmas cards this year. 
The campaign, launched by leading ethical retailer Traidcraft, challenges the e-card culture which has seen increasing numbers of people sending Christmas greetings through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
The Bishop of Hertford, the Rt Revd Paul Bayes, said; “I love technology and social media and I use it a lot. But it can be a bit impersonal and frankly sometimes a bit cold. It's so important to remember that human connection and reaching out to one another is a basic human need.
That's why I think at Christmas nowadays something has been lost by the trend to either send no cards, or e-cards or a group email. Sometimes traditional is good, so why not write cards and deliver some of them yourself? Because it's not just the card, but it's that one to one connection.

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Charity Christmas Cards from Traidcraft

It is estimated that £50m is raised for good causes through the sales of charity Christmas cards each year. Traidcraft charity cards have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to fund the valuable work of charities Traidcraft Exchange, CAFOD, SCIAF and Christian Aid.

Traidcraft specialises in cards that share the joy of the Christmas story which tie in with the Christmas Starts with Christ Campaign, aimed at opening up opportunities to share the true joy of Christmas with friends and family.

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