Poverty alleviation and clean water charity Hope Spring, has announced the launch of a range of eCards.  The West Midlands-based charity hopes that its supporters and the public, who wish to send Father’s Day greetings to their dad, will use the charity’s eCard platform instead of sending a traditional paper-based card.

Hope Spring, which advocates sustainable development as well as using resources responsibly, argued that if more people send eCards on Father’s Day rather than paper based cards, fewer trees will be cut down and there will be a slight reduction in postal service related transportation.

Hope Spring social media and online strategist Evgeniy Garkaviy said, “We have been quite lucky with the support we received from our supporters on special occasions such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.  Many people choose to send an eCard from our platform and donate the cost of stamps and an envelope to our charity”.

My Garkaviy is urging Hope Spring supporters and anyone thinking of sending a greetings card on Father’s Day to consider sending an eCard from Hope Spring instead.  He added that if enough people donate the cost of cards and stamps to Hope Spring on Father’s Day, the charity could raise enough money to construct an entire well from this Father’s Day eCard fundraising campaign alone.

Father’s Day is celebrated on the 18th of June 2017 and you can send a Father’s Day eCard on Hope Spring’s eCard platform by visiting https://ecards.hopespring.org.uk .  Additional information about the charity and its work can be found on their Facebook page and their website.

Press release distributed by Newsmakers on behalf of Hope Spring, on Sunday, 11 June 2017. For more information subscribe and follow https://twitter.com/newsmakers_pr .