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Help horticulturists with Perennial Christmas Cards

Last Updated:  31/10/2016

Perennial helps arborists and horticulturists in times of need. You can support their charitable cause by buying Christmas cards from their online shop.

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It finally feels as if winter is on its way and our thoughts are beginning to turn to Christmas.

Perennial helps horticulturists and their families throughout the year when they have nowhere else to turn, but at this time of year, our help is often needed all the more as seasonal work is reduced and pressures on finances increase.

You can do your bit to help us this festive season by purchasing your Christmas cards from Perennial and encouraging your customers to do the same. Sales of Christmas cards are an important source of income, raising over £110,000 for Perennial last year. These funds allow us to support horticulturists who are struggling to keep warm and nourished this winter.

Perennial offer a Christmas card over-printing service so that companies can order cards in bulk and have them printed with their company logo and a personal message. We have five festive designs to choose from (pictured below) and accept a minimum order of 100 cards.

Five Christmas Card designs to choose from

Download the order form