VisionPK Christmas Cards On Sale!

VisionPK Christmas Cards on Marble with red baubles and Christmas tree sprigs

VisionPK have launched their first ever charity Christmas cards just in time for the festive season.

The cards have been designed especially for VisionPK by local Perth artist Catherine Connacher. Catherine’s family are friends of the charity with Catherine’s grandmother having been a long term client of the organisation.

She says, “I like to support a local charity at Christmas time with my artwork and have done for several years now.  The cards I’ve designed are with my wonderful granny in mind.  She sadly died last year at the age of 92 but had been a service user at VisionPK.  She had a lovely support worker and spoke so highly of the charity.  As a family we saw her maintain so many of her skills and hobbies, and even develop some new ones, despite her deteriorating sight.”

Katie Wylie, VisionPK’s Fundraising Manager is thrilled to launch the charity’s first Christmas card with such an inspiring local artist. “Here at VisionPK we’re all about keeping things local to Perth & Kinross and supporting our community, so having Catherine design our cards is a real honour.

“The money from the sale of the cards will go directly back to helping people with sight or hearing loss in our local area and every penny makes a real difference. We’re also hoping that by sending cards to your loved ones, especially those you haven’t been able to catch up with for some time, will brighten their day all while supporting our wonderful charity.”

Cards are available to order by contacting VisionPK. Packs contain 10 cards and include both designs and cost £5 per pack.

Call us on 01738 626 969 or fill in this form and either include a telephone number and we’ll call you for payment, or pop a cheque in the post made payable to VisionPK. Please don’t send cash in the post.

All proceeds go to VisionPK to help people in the local community with who are blind, partially sighted, deaf or have hearing loss.

 

See our Christmas Cards featured in Charity News Today.