Card Aid helps charities large and small make money from Christmas cards

We Guarantee a minimum of 25% of the price of packed stock goes to the charity named on the card. In fact, based on past performance, Card Aid has averaged 40-60% of the cost of the cards going to charity.
This amount is not to the trading company of the charity, but to the charity itself for its work. (Funds given to the trading company are not always passed over in full to the charity).
Card Aid uses any profits to make grants to a range of charitable causes. We have, with your help, helped literally hundreds, if not thousands, of charities over the years.

More information about the charities

Actors Benevolent Fund (view cards that support this charity)
Helping Actors who cannot work because of accident, illness or old age.
Alzheimers Research UK (view cards that support this charity)
Working to prevent and cure dementia.
Membership organisation working to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia.
Funds access to the arts for economically and physically disadvantaged young people.
Providing books for libraries, schools and colleges in the developing world.
British Lung Foundation (view cards that support this charity)
Helping those with lung problems through research, education, support and care.
Helping care for cancer patients and research into the causes and prevention of cancer.
Gives practical help to people in need through small grants that make a big difference.
Charlie Waller Mem. Trust (view cards that support this charity)
Aims to increase awareness of the nature and symptoms of depression, reduce stigma and help health care workers.
Children's Liver Disease (view cards that support this charity)
Ensuring that childhood liver diseases are understood and prevented through research, effective information and emotional support.
Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields (view cards that support this charity)
Helps homeless people by providing specialist servides to over 200 people in central London everyday.
Works locally and nationally to protect the countryside.
Dedicated to helping poor and marginalised people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.
Dedicated to finding new cures and treatments for all forms of hearing loss and related conditions.
Funding research into the prevention and treatment of diabetes, administered by the Charities Advisory Trust.
Educate a Child in Africa (view cards that support this charity)
Supporting the education of disadvantaged children in Africa through much needed financial support.
Provides support to anyone diagnosed with endometriosis.
Assists the work of scientists and clinicians throughout the UK, who are investigating all aspects of epilepsy in both adults and children.
Working for 25 years to provide direct clinical services to survivors of torture who arrive in the UK, as well as striving to protect and promote their rights.
A UK registered charity to help the people of Kwahu-Tafo, an impoverished rural town in Ghana.
Dedicated to the predication and prevention of breast cancer.
Funds simple operations to restore the sight of cataract and trachoma sufferers in the developing world. Delivered through The Good Gifts Catalogue.
Bringing together women from traditionally hostile communities to knit. Encouraging friendships and giving the women a welcome source of income.
Building confidence and independence for those with central vision impairment.
Medicine to Save a Life (view cards that support this charity)
Funds research to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, and to improve the survival rates and outcomes.
Provides education programmes, funds practical research and campaigns on behalf of multiple sclerosis sufferers.
Peace and Reconciliation (view cards that support this charity)
Supports Charities Advisory Trust work for peace and reconciliation in areas of the world torn apart by civil war or ethnic conflict.
Works with some of the world’s poorest people to provide practical, innovative and sustainable answers to poverty.
Prevention of Blindness (view cards that support this charity)
Funds breakthrough research into diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of sight loss in the UK.
Projects for the Homeless (view cards that support this charity)
Fund resarch and education in prostate diseases
Giving to those who would otherwise be denied the chance of education and training, to help improve their chances of an independent future and richer life.
Send a Christmas Hamper (view cards that support this charity)
Provides hampers for elderly people, at Christmas, who may otherwise receive no presents. Through the Good Gifts catalogue.
Provides care, education and therapy to children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs.
The Cricket Foundation (view cards that support this charity)
Aims to bring the educational benefits of cricket to state schools.
Provides expert end of life care to individuals and their families wherever it is needed, in their own home or in the hospice.
Tuberous Sclerosis Association (view cards that support this charity)
Promotes greater understanding of the uberous Sclerosis and provides support to affected families
Provides support to those affected by man-made and natural disasters in the UK
Helps establish libraries in poor towns and villages in India
Broadway is a homelessness charity supporting single homeless people across London. Our vision is that every single person finds and keeps a home.
The Fund also operates a Contact Scheme for BT Pensioners aged 75 and over. This provides advice and support to elderly people and also helps to identify cases for the Fund to consider.
The Cardinal Hume Centre enables people to gain the skills they need to overcome poverty and homelessness.
Child Poverty Action Group (view cards that support this charity)
Child Poverty Action is the leading national charity working to end poverty among children, young people and families in the UK.
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust (view cards that support this charity)
Jo's Trust Offers Cancer Support Information On A Variety Of Topics
John Townsend Foundation (view cards that support this charity)
John Townsend Foundation
Keats Community Library (view cards that support this charity)
Keats Community Library is a  volunteer-run registered charity at 10 Keats Grove, London NW3. 
The National Brain Appeal (view cards that support this charity)
The National Brain Appeal is the charity dedicated to raising much needed funds for The National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square London.
Multi-faith hospice providing specialist palliative care in North London for those with advanced progressive disease.
ORBIS is a nonprofit humanitarian organization devoted to blindness prevention and treatment in developing countries.
Thai Children's Trust supports the most needy children in Thailand.