Each year, on average, people in the UK send
more than 50 cards. Imagine the impact on the community if every
card sent supported a charity – whether local, national or
international. The idea is simple, the difference we could make
together is huge.
Mustard Seed Cards currently supports the following charities through
the sale of our greeting cards:
- Compassion UK
- Friends of Warbstow School
- Toilet Twinning
- West Cornwall Women's Aid
- World Vision UK
How does it work?
When you purchase cards from the website, at the checkout stage
simply select which charity you wish to support.
Discussions continue with a number of other charities and we'll
update the website as more charities come on board, so keep checking
Additionally, if you are involved in any kind of charity work or
project, however large or small, and would be interested in becoming
one of our supported charities, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
UK is a Christian charity working through local churches
overseas to release children from economic, social, physical
and spiritual poverty.
Warbstow School helps advance the education
of the pupils at Warbstow CP School by developing effective
relationships between staff and parents and engaging
in activities, and providing facilities, to support the
Toilet Twinning is a unique way to help transform lives
in poor communities across the world. When you twin your toilet you receive a framed certificate of your toilet's twin and the money raised
is used to help provide access to better sanitation, clean water and hygiene education. Toilet Twinning is a partnership between UK
charities Cord and Tearfund.
Cornwall Women's Aid provides safe refuge and accommodation
for women and children escaping domestic abuse. They also
run a counselling service are actively involved in raising
the profile of domestic violence issues.
Vision UK is a Christian relief, development and advocacy
organisation dedicated to working with children, families
and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.