Exeter, 18th June 2020
The team at DontSendMeACard.com have announced that they are on course to reach 1000 charity partners on their innovative fundraising system.
Recent organisations that have joined the platform include NSPCC.
"We are thrilled that NSPCC have joined us after multiple discussions. Having this calibre of organisation on board adds further weight to our ability to operate the platform and demonstrate due diligence." says founder Alex Furness.
With the rise in charities signing up coinciding with Father's Day on 21 June, DontSendMeACard expect a significant amount to be raised this weekend.
"Not only have we recently enhanced the user account system with an improved user experience, at the same time the number of charities talking about the initiative has gone up." says Alex. "Plus some brilliant e-card artwork has been uploaded which can be viewed in our galleries."
With longer wait times and queues in shops, sending a digital alternative with a charitable donation of the cost of cards may be a welcome alternative to many.
Those interested to support NSPCC for Father's Day this weekend can do so at www.DontSendMeACard.com/NSPCC – or find out more at www.DontSendMeACard.com
Contact: Alex Furness
press [ at ] dontsendmeacard.com
DontSendMeACard in summary provides:
- The function to send ecards and donate the cost of greeting cards and stamps. View How it Works
- Upon donating up to 100 ecards can be sent to recipients
- An account dashboard for charities to manage campaigns
Using the system:
- Individuals send ecards by selecting a charity and an occasion to send cards for and donating via PayPal
- Charities can register to become a Listed Charity and access a range of fundraising resources
- Companies can support a charity with corporate ecards
- The social enterprise was started in 2013. Founded by Alex Furness of Future Imaging and Craig Lawson of Web Engineer, both based in Exeter.
- How it works in 30 seconds Demo Video
- Read our Mission and Vision
- How charities can benefit from the initiative on Slideshare
"Incomparably wonderful." – Simon Bates, BBC Radio Devon