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With Christmas fast approaching, now is the time to think about family, friends and those people who you keep in touch with once a year by sending them a Christmas card.
This year, make Christmas even more special and support people with a disability by buying Endeavour Foundation Christmas cards from Westfield Carindale in Brisbane.
These stylish Christmas cards, featuring artwork created by people with a disability, include information about the artist and have a subtle embossed finish.
Each card has been left blank to allow plenty of room for a personalised Christmas wish and the envelopes included are the size preferred by the Post Office.
A pack of ten cards and envelopes costs just $10 and all proceeds go directly to Endeavour Foundation to support people with a disability.
These Christmas cards will be available from both Concierge desks at Westfield Carindale in Brisbane from Monday 31st October through to Sunday 27th November, payable in cash only.
Keep an eye out for the signs placed on the Concierge desks.
This is a unique opportunity to purchase Christmas cards to send a festive greeting to family and friends while also helping Endeavour Foundation to support people with a disability.
Endeavour Foundation supports 1,090 people with a disability from 48 locations in South East Queensland alone.
It supports more than 3,350 people with a disability from more than 230 locations throughout Queensland and in Sydney.
These special Endeavour Foundation Christmas cards are also available for purchase from www.endeavour.com.au