Buying UK Charity Christmas Cards and Stamps Online


[Cover and above: detail from a Macmillan Cancer Support Christmas card]

Although Web of the Week is mainly about helping people get online, there really is no substitute for the “old-fashioned” forms of  communication, if possible face-to-face but failing that through telephone calls, letters and cards.

So with Christmas coming up in a couple of months’ time we have researched how people can order Charity Christmas cards online this year and also how to buy stamps online.

It really is all very simple and you can imagine the pleasure that it will bring to the faces of your friends and family when your card drops through their letterbox.

Please understand that we are not trying to make money out of this in any way – the links are direct to the charities and if you decide to make a purchase 100% of your money will go to those charities.

If you like this article why not tell your friends and family about it to make their lives easier?  Just click on  “Share” at the bottom of the article, enter their email address and push send – it really is that simple!


Below are the links to the main UK charities from where you can buy your Christmas cards.  We have also included a couple of the charities that we have featured over the past few months.

Please note that each charity has lots of different cards – just click on the image of the charities that you like to go direct to their online shop.

If you would like us to include other national charities that are selling Christmas cards this year please drop us a line and we will be delighted to add them to the list.  Our email address is


Everyone in the UK can buy stamps online from the Post Office very simply – and postage is included!

Here is the link to the Post Office –



Macmillan Cancer Support

Christmas Cards


Help for Heroes

Christmas Cards


Royal Horticultural Society (suggested by Granny)


Dogs for Good


Mary’s Meals

Note: the card below is more expensive because it includes a donation

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