While Christmas is naturally a time of year for showing your love to your friends and family, it’s also important to consider those who are a little less fortunate – it is the season of good will after all! Which is why we love the idea of sending a charity e-card through BT MyDonate.

BT MyDonate Christmas e-cards

BT MyDonate Christmas e-cards can be sent to any person (or pet) with a valid e-mail. A load of celebrities have designed the cards on their own and the proceeds of each will go to the celebrities chosen charity, including Cancer Research UK, NSPCC, the Movember Foundation, and Help for Heroes.

There’s basically a card for everyone with a wide range of celebs getting involved from talk-show legend Sir Michael Parkinson to Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw and England rugby star Austin Healey to boyband The Vamps.

Throughout December people can choose one of the twelve celeb charity e-cards from the BT MyDonate Website. MyDonate is a not-for-profit, online fundraising platform and it doesn’t take any commission so more of the money raised goes directly to the charities.

SSAFA BT MyDonate Christmas e_cards

The minimum donation a person can make is £2 via BT MyDonate. After making a minimum donation of £2 via BT MyDonate people will receive an email with a link to download their e-card. The e-card can then be shared with family and friends via email or social media.

We think it’s a cracking alternative to a non-descript card, whilst still helping out charity! Check out the whole collection on the BT MyDonate Christmas e-card Website.



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