Following the success of the previous years The Rotary Club of Lindum Lincoln is delighted to announce its 2021 End Polio Now Christmas Card. Profit generated from purchases will be donated to the Rotary Foundation UK and credited to each purchasing club’s EPN account
Cards are in packs of 10 with envelopes at £4.50 per pack inclusive of post and packing. Our 2020 card made a profit of £2.50 per pack of 10 cards, a massive 56% of sales. A club purchasing 20 packs received a credit to their EPN account of £50.00. Whilst still available this will be double matched by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Our timeline is as follows:Orders placed and payment received by: 16th October 2021
We have brought forward the order deadline by a few days, same as we did last year, compared with previous years because of possible restrictions caused by Covid-19. This buys our customers more time to distribute to their members.
We hope you will be as pleased as we are with the quality of these cards, and that you will support this initiative, which has been approved by The Rotary Foundation of The United Kingdom. Most people buy charity cards in the High Street (often only 10 or 20 pence per pack to charity!) so here is an opportunity to buy a card with profits donated to the most significant charitable programme in the history of Rotary, to rid the world of the devastating and life-changing Polio virus.
Card size is A6 - 105 mm x 148 mm (4.1 x 5.8 inches in old money)
Printed on 280 gm Scancoat Elegance or similar.
The inside cover is intentionally blank. Several clubs overprint their own details such as club name, meeting time and venue, events, contacts, website and social media links.
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