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That’s our heartfelt plea to those considering not writing any this year. Here’s why we feel so strongly about it – you see Christmas cards aren’t just pieces of cardboard, they’re physical reminders to somebody that you care.
An increasing number of people are choosing to send e-cards to family and friends on social media instead, but it would be such a shame if the tradition of sending Christmas cards was lost altogether. There aren’t many gestures in life that offer such a tangible way of showing someone you’re thinking of them and you’ve taken the time to put pen to paper to tell them so. After all, isn’t that the true meaning of Christmas?
For many people, and especially for the older generation, nothing quite matches the feeling of receiving a personalised Christmas card that can be displayed proudly in their home.
According to the Royal Mail the average Briton sends 18 Christmas cards. Come on, surely we can encourage enough people to use the remaining two cards left from a pack of 20 to join our #onemorecard campaign and reach out to lonely older people in their communities.