Gary Trotter

Aylesbury Print Company Delights Local Hospice with Bumper Donation

DigiPrint Graphics donated over £3,000 to their local charity the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity through the sale of personalised charity Christmas cards.

 

Buckinghamshire, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/29/2014 -- DigiPrint Graphics, a design and print company in Aylesbury, were thrilled to donate over £3,000 to the locally based Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity. DigiPrint Graphics produce a range of personalised charity Christmas cards which it sells through its online brand http://www.digiprintchristmas.com. It supported the Florence Nightingale Hospice by donating 10p from each card sold to the Hospice resulting in a bumper donation of £3,095.

The Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity provides invaluable palliative care for those with a life-limiting illness. Care is provided completely free of charge and includes additional support for the wider family. DigiPrint Graphics got involved with the Hospice through their Corporate Companion Scheme. It is open to any business (large or small) and is free to join. It gives local businesses the opportunity to support the Hospice, fulfil Corporate Social Responsibility programmes, raise business profiles within the community and in turn develop a valuable working partnership which is beneficial to both parties.

More fundraising work for DigiPrint Graphics

The work of DigiPrint Graphics doesn't end with charitable donations from the sale of Christmas cards. Gary Trotter, director of DigiPrint Graphics says "We also run a very popular set of fundraising activities for schools throughout the UK through our website http://www.school-fundraising.co.uk. We have an array of fundraising projects including mug printing, raffle ticket printing, personalised school calendars and our largest and most popular project the christmas cards for schools project.

Every year thousands of children throughout the UK draw designs for Christmas cards which are turned into professional quality Christmas cards by DigiPrint Graphics. The cards are sold to parents by the School's PTA which makes a profit on every pack sold. Schools are raising hundreds of pounds every year from this fantastically popular annual fundraiser. More details about the project can be found on the website at http://www.school-fundraising.co.uk/christmas-cards-for-schools/. Gary said "We helped hundreds of schools and PTAs fundraise last year. It's a great feeling to know that you are helping schools throughout the country generate much needed income. We are already looking forward to working with more schools in 2014."