International development charity, Hope Spring  announced the launch of its Diwali ecard range on its social media platform on Monday the 6th of November.  The organisation hopes the ecards will be a significant part of its fundraiser for the last quarter of 2023.  Hope Spring support and the general public can send any of the Diwali ecards by personalising it, make a donation to the charity and send an ecard to up to 4 people or share it on WhatsApp. 

Diwali is probably one of Hindus most popular festivals, it is celebrated in India and the Hindu diaspora around the world. Diwali celebration in the UK started last weekend with a huge celebration in Trafalgar Square.  A more private celebration is expected to continue around the UK and the rest of the world, culminating in the final celebration on Sunday the 12th of November. 

Hope Spring eCards platform manager Seun Olonade said of the Diwali ecards “we are very pleased about the half a dozen Diwali ecards we added to our Diwali range this year, it will offer more options to visitors to our website this year” She added that “we are also quite excited that people who send our Diwali ecards have the option to either make a donation or send the ecard for free. “.  She then invited their platform user and the general public to join Diwali or festival or light as it is popularly known in the English speaking world by sending a Hope Spring eCards Diwali greetings by the 12th of November. 

Hope Spring relies on funds generated from the last quarter of each year to fund the lion share of their water poverty alleviation projects. Diwali, Hanukkah and Christmas ecards help the charity to raise more money in the fourth quarter of the year than they raise at any other time of the year.

To send a Diwal ecard or find out more information about Hope Spring, please visit their website or social media pages.