Sightsavers teams up with Paperchase to launch fundraising Christmas card

December 2019
Sightsavers' 2019 Christmas card, with a grumpy,looking cat in a festive hat, and the words 'It's the most wonderful time of the year'.

With Christmas just around the corner, Sightsavers has joined forces with UK stationery chain Paperchase to unveil the annual Sightsavers Christmas card.

Sales from this year’s card, featuring a grumpy-looking cat in a festive hat, will go towards our life-changing work: 50p from each pack sold will help us fight disease and tackle preventable blindness around the world.

The cards are on sale now on the Paperchase website and cost £3.75 for a pack of eight. If you buy three packs, you’ll get the third for free.

There are also other ways to support our work this Christmas, including donating your last hour of pay from 2019. Before you head home for the festive season, spread some cheer and gift the last hour of your salary to help save the sight of children like Muzi.

You can use our online calculator to work out how much you’ll earn in your last hour of work in 2019, then give that amount as a life-changing gift that will really make a difference this Christmas.

Muzi and his protective Father sat outside in his village in Sokoto, Nigeria.

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