Free Printing Offer for Charities from Cards Made Easy
Cards Made Easy have set up a website, www.print4links.co.uk, in a bid to offer UK-based charities the opportunity to benefit from their leaflet, flyer and business card printing services to promote their causes more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Charities that have already meet the terms and conditions to benefit from Cards Made Easy's new initiative include The Muslim Youth Helpline, Phab Kids, Louisjacobs.org, Ataxia UK and the Gender and Development Network.
Deni Kirkova, spokesperson for the Phab Kids charity, commented: "I'd like to say thanks so much to Cards Made Easy for printing beautiful flyers for me to promote my burlesque and cabaret night in aid of Phab Kids, a disabled children's charity. Flyers are such a great way to promote events and when you're throwing one for charity, all costs count. Cards Made Easy made promotion that bit easier."
A spokesperson for Cards Made Easy added: "We are delighted to be able to support so many non-profit organisations and charities. We urge any other charities interested in increasing their exposure to contact us and see if they qualify to receive our services for free."
For more information on Cards Made Easy's business printing services, please visit http://www.cardsmadeeasy.com/ or call 0845 166 4478.
Cards Made Easy is a London-based organisation offering low-cost business printing services, specialising in business card design, leaflet printing, printed flyers, postcard printing, personalised greeting cards, custom printed labels, bookmarks, and comment slips.
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