- Nov. 27, 2023
-- Hope Spring, a Herefordshire-
based nonprofit dedicated to international development, has announced the 2023 winter solstice greeting card https://www.ecards.hopespring.org.uk/
release. The organisation introduced five new winter solstice electronic cards through its fundraising platform, Hope Spring charity ecards, adding to the existing fifty strong solstice ecards. A substantial amount of the funds utilised by the organisation to carry out its projects are obtained through direct fundraising.
Temi Odurinde, a trustee of Hope Spring and a member of the ecards (https://www.hopespring.org.uk/
ecards/ development team, commented on the platform's winter solstice category and the recently revealed ecard, saying, "I am very pleased with how the commission for new sets of solstices ecards to freshen up our current catalogue turned out." Although we knew it was time to update our solstice cards, we had no idea how to do it. One of the team members recommended that we obtain illustrations of some of the most recognizable winter creatures. " "We followed her recommendation and worked with a new illustrator who did an excellent job," Temi continued.
Hope Spring ecards and Winter Solstice greeting cards Christmas ecards https://www.ecards.hopespring.org.uk/yule-winter-solstice...
, which are popular in December, are anticipated to assist the NGO in reaching its fundraising target for the last quarter of 2023. Hope Spring constructs wells, boreholes, and other WASH-related initiatives in collaboration with other West African organisations dedicated to reducing poverty. They have been working on initiatives that will provide thousands of people in Nigeria and Sierra Leone with safe, clean water so far this year.
You may find out more about their campaigning and other activities on their website and social media profiles. By visiting their greeting cards pages, you can send the new fundraising solstice cards for free or for a one-time donation.