A New Income Stream
For Your Charity

Receive donations in lieu of cards by becoming one of our listed charity partners.


Join over 300 charities

Invite supporters to send customised e-cards and donate the cost of cards and stamps.

You can do this from your own account dashboard.

Share e-card pages

Fundraise with a range of e-card pages that you can share.

People can then send e-cards and donate the cost of cards.

Upload Custom Artwork

Upload your own e-card artwork to make your pages unique to your charity and raise more.

Promotional Materials

Access a host of promotional material via your account dashboard.

Everything you need for a successful fundraising campaign.

Gift Aid

Receive over 100% of the cost of cards by adding 25p to every £1 donated.

View All Listed Charities

Charity Registration Information

Registering Your Charity

• UK charities and US nonprofits can join – view charity partner FAQs
• We aim to activate your account within 24 hours
• There are no monthly fees to be listed – sign up here

UK Charity Requirements

• Registered with the Charity Commission and have a charity registration number
• PayPal account that can receive GBP

US Nonprofit Requirements

• Registered with the IRS and have an EIN number
• PayPal account that can receive USD

Benefits of Joining

Account Features

• Fundraise with both individual and corporate Christmas e-card pages
• User friendly dashboard trusted by organisations such as Dogs Trust, Shelter, and Make-a-Wish UK
• New! Collect details required to process Gift Aid and add 25p on top of every £1 donated

High Return

• Utilise your supporter following and see a high return on your time by making their card chore easier
• Put paid media behind your campaign and see incredible conversion rates such as in this case study

Join The Trend

• Reach new donors organically through our platform that is 1st on Google for 'charity ecard'
• Add a new income stream where supporters would have otherwise spent on the high-street
• Become part of the trend as featured in The Telegraph

"Incomparably wonderful."

Simon Bates, BBC Radio Devon