Our like-minded group got together after realising there was no real alternative to the waste of greeting cards. So we built DontSendMeACard!
We've taken the idea forward with charities and developed it extensively in the past few years.
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We're a collaboration of web designers and developers. Created by Future Imaging and Web Engineer, we bring specialist knowledge and skills to the initiative.
We're a light-hearted alternative to cards, but we take fundraising and operating a web platform seriously.
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Louis Kennedy is an exciting new partnership bringing popular characters to be featured as charity e-card content. More details will be announced soon.
Shelter are an instrumental partner on the project with the level of collaboration and openness they have to piloting and taking new products to market. We work directly with a number of charities and nonprofits.
We love working with innovative organisations.
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DontSendMeACard were participants on the Seedbed Accelerator Programme at Dartington Hall here in Devon.
This helped us shape the offering that we continue to grow today.
Read more about our work on our blog
Andrea Kelly via Google Reviews – Sep 2020
140g of Carbon Saved Per Card
From the outset the project has been geared towards reducing the paper waste from cards. With that in mind we spoke to University of Exeter who produced a carbon study for us, with the result being that it costs 140g of CO2e (Carbon Equivalent) to post each greeting card.
More recently this calculation has been added to a carbon tracking feature in user accounts so you can see how much carbon you have saved in total over time.