Charity ecard system vs. traditional cards blog

Please note that we've moved our blog here.

You can view our older blog posts from October 2014 to July 2017 below.

Making it easy for charities to receive donations in lieu of greeting cards

New account version gives charities everything they need to invite supporters to send e-cards and donate the cost of cards and stamps.

Posted by DontSendMeACard Team, July 2017

University of Exeter Business School – Startup Pitch Competition

DontSendMeACard were invited back to the University of Exeter Business School for a second year running, this time to run a pitching competition for the Masters students. Here's what happened.

Posted by DontSendMeACard Team, April 2017

Case Study – Global Quantum

How a group of companies with clients worldwide gets in to the spirit of Christmas giving with responsible corporate e-cards and donations.

Posted by Alex Furness, December 2016


Bolster your Charity of the Year efforts with e-cards and donations

Is your company supporting a UK cause as Charity of the Year? We've created a new way for companies to raise donations for the charity that they support.

Posted by Alex Furness, March 2016

How To Counter The Commercialism Of Valentine's Day With Cards That Give Back

Last year we rushed out to blow an estimated £57 million on cards. Here's how to show your Valentine that you care, and avoid the commercial cards and teddies by donating the cost equivalent to one of 48 UK charities.

Posted by Alex Furness, February 2016

Send Birthday eCards and Give To Charity

Did you know that there is a fast, charitable, green alternative to sending birthday cards? Here's how to send a birthday eCard, and donate the cost of a birthday card to your choice of charity, in 3 simple steps.

Posted by Elizabeth Furness, January 2016

The Concept Behind DontSendMeACard

As we get closer to our 2015 launch, I wanted to share with you some insight behind the idea, and our vision for e-cards that help charities.

Posted by Alex Furness, September 2015

Carbon Footprint of a Greetings Card

We asked an Exeter University research team what the environmental damage of sending so many greeting cards annually in the UK might be. They provided the answer in this report.

October 2014