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Brochure printing (http://www.printed.com/products/brochure-printing) company printed.com has seen a great response to its Charity Donation Programme, with customers giving 8,500 of their unspent printed points to deserving charities in the first week.
The company’s Reward Programme means that customers accumulate printed points for every £1 spent at printed.com. Now they can give to good causes this Christmas in a click by donating any or all of their points to a charity of their choice.
The rapidly-expanding online printing company has a long list of charity customers who have signed up for 15% charity discount across all their products – from brochure printing, poster printing and leaflet printing to help promote their cause to banner stands that help raise awareness at events.
The list of registered charities includes high-profile causes such as the Salvation Army and the Mo Farah Foundation, providing life-saving aid to East Africa.
The charities can spend their gifted points on free print, or choose from thousands of items such as stock photography and office supplies to corporate gifts and full colour printing (http://www.printed.com/products/brochure-printing). And by saving money on business running costs, the charities can spend more of their hard-raised funds on what really matters – good causes.
Nicholas Green, printed.com founder said: “There are over 60 charities registered with printed.com and each one needs all the support they can get. People do amazing things to raise money for charity and now, our customers can help that little bit more by donating their printed points.”
The idea for the donation programme sprang out of a desire to boost charities by helping customers make instant goodwill gifts at Christmas, but the programme will run throughout the whole year.
Published on: 11:19AM on 28th December 2012