The Art File passes £300k charity cash milestone

Publisher’s 2022 Christmas packs raise £55,000 for four worthy causes


The Art File has just donated £55,000 to four charities as a result of sales of its 2022 Christmas packs, meaning the publisher has raised an astonishing £300,000-plus for worthy causes from its festive greetings over the years.

Above: The four charities The Art File supports
Above: The four charities The Art File supports

“We’re extremely happy to announce that we’ve raised over £55,000 for our four wonderful charities,” sales and marketing manager James Mace said. “Through the sales of our 2022 Christmas charity packs we’ve been able to provide much-needed support for the RSPCA, Young Lives Vs Cancer, The MND Association, and Dementia UK.”

Nottingham-based The Art File has been supporting these charities for a number of years, with 50p from every festive pack sold going directly to the organisations.

Above & top: Christmas charity packs raised £55,000 in 2022
Above & top: Christmas charity packs raised £55,000 in 2022

James added: “We’ll continue to do whatever we can to help – sustainability and charity contributions remain a strong focus for us this year.

“In recent years, with the support of our brilliant customers, we have raised over £300,000 for charities. In our opinion, that’s important and something we will continue to promote every year.”

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