Thank you for choosing to support LDN London and buy our Christmas cards. This year’s cards have been designed by George Barmpagianni and Kassra Saberi, who we support at our Hub.
We held an arts workshop at our LDN London Community Hub with the support of volunteers from Maida Vale School to design the Christmas cards and the winning card was voted for by students at the school.
Thank you to the students at Maida Vale School for their help.
It would be amazing if you could support us by purchasing cards. Money from the sale of our Christmas cards will help us continue our work supporting people with learning disabilities at the LDN Community Hub.
We suggest a donation of £5 for a pack of 10 cards. Cards are silk printed on 350gsm paper, 148mmx148mm and include envelopes. The message inside reads ‘Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year’.
Please order your cards by 30th November at the latest and orders will be printed and delivered to school in time for the end of term. You will receive an email to confirm that they are ready to collect.
We have two designs to choose from. Pick your favourite design and order here:
Option1 – Elf card designed by Kassra Saberi
Option 2 – Present card designed by George Barmpagianni
The funds raised will be used to run workshops where we help people gain long lasting life skills (including around health and mental health, budgeting, health, sustainability) and support people to gain confidence and independence. It will also mean we can reach more people with learning disabilities who are isolated and need help in London.
We support people with learning disabilities to be included in their community and have the opportunities that everyone should, whether in health care, getting a job or having a good home to live.
LDN London supports people with a wide range of learning disabilities. This includes people with mild and moderate learning disabilities, as well as people with profound and multiple disabilities. People we support have health conditions including Down’s Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, and many other learning disabilities and autism. Find out more about what a learning disability is and key terms on our resources page.