Avoid Snail Mail: Send Christmas e-Cards to Help Give Kids a Break

The Family Holiday Association has launched their Christmas e-card service, and is asking individuals and companies to use the cards to help give underprivileged children what for most will be their first ever holiday break away from home.

London, United Kingdom, December 12, 2007 --(PR.com)-- The Family Holiday Association (FHA) is calling on companies and individuals to send e-cards instead of paper cards this Christmas to help raise funds for underprivileged families in need of a break away.

Available at www.giveabreak.org.uk, the cards can be customised with a choice of festive designs, and users can personalise their cards with a message and hyperlinked logo or photo.

"We really hope companies get behind our e-card campaign – it’s a great way of spreading "green" Christmas cheer while helping to give young families struggling with difficult circumstances a few days by the sea," said John McDonald, FHA director.

Supporters are asked to make a donation based on the number of cards they wish to send.

For more information, visit www.giveabreak.org.uk, or contact Jacqulyn on 020 7323 7292.


About the Family Holiday Association

For over 30 years, the Family Holiday Association has been working to provide short breaks for the most needy families in our community. The FHA helps families in desperate circumstances: those dealing with disability, bereavement, poverty, mental health problems, inadequate housing, or abuse.

The FHA is registered charity no. 800262.
Family Holiday Association
Jacqulyn Bell
020 7323 7290