Moonpig Partners with Mental Health Charity Mind to Create Exclusive Christmas Cards

This Christmas, Moonpig, the online greeting card retailer in the UK has announced a charity Christmas card partnership with mental health charity Mind. 30 popular cards – with six brand new and exclusive designs – are part of the range where 10% of net sales will go to charity Mind to support mental health support services.

The six exclusive designs feature powerful messages such as “Be extra kind to yourself this Christmas” and “This is not a normal Christmas, it’s ok not to be ok” to reflect the importance of continuing to talk about our mental health, supporting those experiencing loneliness, as well as celebrating the support Mind has been offering since 1946.

The cards are available from £3.29 for standard size, through to £9.99 giant size (the largest card available in the UK) to fill the recipient’s home with love.

And to make it that touch easier, cards can be sent directly to recipients and with Moonpig’s app, can include the sender’s handwriting – completely taking out the stress of queuing for the post office during lockdown.

Sarah-Jane Porter, Head of Cards and Licensing at Moonpig said: “We all know Christmas 2020 is going to be different from others and that some people may be facing it alone, or be struggling with their mental health. We wanted to create a set of exclusive cards that are supportive and uplifting to remind people they are not alone and to look after themselves and loved ones during the festive period. 10% of net sales will be donated to mental health charity Mind to help them continue the amazing work they do all year round.” 

Emma Ihsan, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Mind, said: “We are so grateful to Moonpig for their ongoing support in helping us to be there for everyone experiencing a mental health problem, especially during this extremely difficult time. The coronavirus pandemic continues to have a huge impact on the lives of many people and on their mental health. We know from our coronavirus survey of around 16,000 people that over half of adults and two thirds of young people said their mental health got worse during the pandemic, with many developing problems for the first time. Feelings of loneliness have also made nearly two thirds of people’s mental health worse.

“It’s been a pleasure to work with Moonpig to create this exclusive range for Mind. We hope the cards go some way in putting a smile on people’s faces over the festive season, as well as raising vital funds to help us protect and support everyone who needs us.”

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