13 September 2011
The Printing House launches charitable card campaign
TORONTO—The Printing House (TPH) has launched its 2011 Charitable Greeting Card Campaign, and says it will give 100% of net proceeds directly to selected charities across Canada.



TPH said the campaign will assist hungry Canadian children through a variety of food programs offered by the YMCA of Greater Halifax/Dartmouth; Ottawa Food Bank; Blessings in a Backpack (Toronto and Vancouver); and NeighbourLink Calgary. 

The greeting cards start at $1.70 and can include imprinting a personalized greeting, company name, logo and a digital signature. To order, visit any location in Canada or visit online.

TPH said since the greeting card campaign's inception in 1990, in excess of  $500,000 has been raised in support of 43 registered Canadian charities.

The Printing House specialises in on-demand quick printing, with more than 70 company-owned locations across the country.
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