Phoenix Trading is the world’s number one direct-selling greeting card company with operations in the United Kingdom, France, Australia, New Zealand and America. In addition to cards, Phoenix also produces a range of gift wrap, accessories, postcards and stationery which are sold to the public exclusively through its network of more than 12,000 Traders.
Phoenix Trading is passionately committed to giving back to the communities in which it operates. The Company has a long history of charitable giving, having donated more than £450,000, raised through the sale of charity Christmas cards, to Cancer Research UK over the past twelve years. When Phoenix Trading launched in Australia, it nominated national cancer charity, CanTeen as its beneficiary and has donated more than AU$40,000 to the organisation since 2006.
In addition to the corporate donations made by Phoenix, its global network of more than 12,000 Traders hold their own individual fundraising activities throughout the year to help support charities and other good causes. Their outstanding efforts are estimated to be more than a match for the money that’s raised at a corporate level each year.
The Worldwide Total of fundraising displayed on the Home Page includes funds raised by Phoenix Trading around the world prior to the launch of the Phoenix International Charity in 2008. It also includes the fundraising activities of its Traders as recorded on the Justgiving.com website.
In 2008, The Phoenix International Charity was launched as an independent charitable initiative to act as an umbrella organisation, bringing together corporate and Trader fundraising. The Phoenix International Charity is dedicated to providing financial assistance to a broad portfolio of charities from around the world, including Cancer Research UK, Children’s Hospices UK, CanTeen, Hospice New Zealand, the American Breast Cancer Foundation and French Les Restos du Coeur.
Please click on the relevant flag for more information on what the Phoenix International Charity is doing in your country.