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Santa’s sleigh disabled parking – Disability Christmas cards – Pack of 6

£7.95 (£6.63 ex VAT)

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  • Pack of 6 Christmas cards
  • Message inside reads: “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”
  • Printed in the UK and designed by Hampshire artist Harry Wolfe
  • Hand-drawn disability themed design, sure to bring a smile to loved ones this Christmas
  • 148mm x 105mm, landscape layout
  • Gloss finish on the outside
  • Uncoated on the inside to allow you to write a personal message inside
  • Comes with 6 white envelopes
  • Each card sold goes toward supporting the services provided by Disabled People’s Voice

Find out more about Disabled People’s Voice below.

This card is part of the Disabled People’s Voice (DPV) collection of greetings cards designed by Hampshire artist Harry Wolfe. With each card in the collection featuring a hand-drawn design revolving around disability, a DPV greetings card is sure to put a smile on a loved ones face this Christmas

Every card sold goes towards supporting the services provided by Disabled People’s Voice.

Who are Disabled People’s Voice?

Disabled People’s Voice offer a wide range of services designed to help disabled people, break down barriers and build a more inclusive society.

These services include:

  • peer support groups and drop in sessions
  • offering emotional assistance
  • practical help and advice for disabled people
  • workshops, talks and training for disabled employers
  • personal assistant courses,
  • online courses
  • an email newsletter.

“We don’t think disability should be a barrier. We want to help build a better life for disabled people as members of a more inclusive society.

Disabled People’s Voice is involved in campaigning on issues that affect you to try and influence policy decisions. We are led by disabled people who are dedicated to making your voices heard.

Whether you need to employ a Personal Assistant, find out what benefits you’re able to receive, or you need help or advice for caring for an elderly friend or relative, we are here to help.” – Disabled People’s Voice

Find out more about Disabled People’s Voice by visiting its website.

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