Hospice Christmas cards on sale

John Taylor Hospice has launched an online shop packed full of fun and colourful Christmas cards which you can send to friends and family knowing every card is raising money for our care.

There are a range of colourful designs available online – from moped-riding Santas to robins in their party hats as well as snow scenes, dogs and baby penguins. Each pack contains ten cards and costs £3.50 plus postage and packing.

The online shop also features John Taylor Hospice branded goods including pin badges, pens and trolley tokens.

The cards are also available from the hospice reception and our shops in Erdington, Wylde Green, Castle Bromwich and Brownhills.

Profits from all sales will help the hospice continue to provide much-needed care for hundreds of local people with a terminal condition and support their families and friends.

Director of Income Generation and Marketing Joanna Duggan said: “Last year our Christmas cards were really popular so we have expanded the range even more this year and made them available to buy online.

“They are an easy and great way to support the hospice and to give those you care about this Christmas a lovely card.”

Click here to go direct to our online shop and pick your festive cards.

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