Exclusive Christmas cards, with our charity partner, XLP

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XLP are a registered charity at the cutting edge of urban youth work in London. They are an amazing organisation who work incredibly hard to create positive futures for young people. Currently, XLP has projects dealing with a wide variety of issues including gang culture, anger management and violence, poverty, prejudice, racism and image and identity. Normally run in schools, XLP also work across 22 inner London estates to help young people confront many of the issues they face in our communities today.

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In fact, we love what they do so much for our local community that The Smile Foundation, a cross brand Charity of Photobox, Moonpig and Sticky9 employees, is proud to support them. We just did the National 3 Peaks Challenge and raised over £30K! And continue to support them with initiatives like this year’s Christmas Card donation scheme.

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Make someone’s Christmas and create your very own personalised Christmas cards to send out to friends and family. You will have the freedom to select the design of your choice, add your own pictures and add your own text. They are available in packs of 10 in A5 and A6 sizes.

Help us reach our £20K target this Christmas by buying your Christmas cards at Photobox. A pound from every purchase will go towards XLP.

This year, send them a card that will make the mantelpiece.

Create your Christmas cards here

To learn more information on the amazing work XLP do, check out their website

www.xlp.org.uk

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