A Christmas pop-up shop in the car park of St Theresa’s Church in Beaconsfield aims to raise funds for charity.
Cards For Good Causes is back in Beaconsfield for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and with the help of local volunteers has opened its annual pop-up shop in a small temporary building located between St Theresa’s Church, 40 A Warwick Road and Waitrose supermarket.
The pop-up shop is open until Saturday 17th December 2022 with the shop is selling a wide range of gorgeous Christmas cards and gifts, all of which raise money for local and national charities.
The pop-up shop invites local residents, visitors and tourists to shop for good causes and explore the selection of beautiful seasonal gifts, stocking fillers, wrap, decorations, and tableware. The card selection features an amazing mix of traditional religious cards, gorgeous old masters, beautiful landscapes, as well as festive favourites and cute animals. There is something for everyone!
With the help of supporters, the Cards For Good Causes festive shop aims to raise £45,000 this Christmas season in aid of over 70 local and national charities.
Cards For Good Causes is a charity, operating for over 60 years with the sole aim of raising funds for UK charities by being a one-stop-shop for gifts and cards. Just some of the charities Cards For Good Causes will be supporting this year include: Diabetes UK, British Heart Foundation and Alzheimer’s Society, along with many local charities.
Catrina Orr, Shop Manager at Beaconsfield for Cards For Good Causes, said: ‘We can’t wait to meet everyone this year in our shop!
Please come volunteer with us, or come and get your Christmas gifts whilst supporting the charities of your choice.
I wish everyone a very festive Christmas and hope to see you soon!‘
*Source of article : Press release on behalf of Cards For Good Causes by Dolphin Outsourcing Ltd.