Forget the cards - we've got a new idea! - RightsInfo

Forget the cards – we’ve got a new idea!

Yes, it’s that time of year. You might have noticed that lots of charities are encouraging you to send sparkly greetings cards through the post to wish others well – at RightsInfo we like to offer something a bit different… and #GivingTuesday seemed like the perfect day to tell you about it!

Ellie Collins, one of our talented volunteer illustrators, has kindly created this beautiful image below, featuring the international symbol of human rights – the dove of peace – to allow us at RightsInfo to help you to spread festive greetings (and raise some much needed funds for 2018!).

Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Gita Jayanti, Winter Solstice, Zartosht No-Diso, or have another religious or non-religious reason for wishing people well, we would love for you to share the image to spread awareness of RightsInfo and donate to us as well!

As a small charity, we rely on donations to keep going. Would you donate to RightsInfo as a thank you for being able to use this beautiful image? You can make one-off gifts of as little as £10 or, even better, you could consider setting up a regular standing order – monthly, quarterly or annually. This really allows us to plan how to fight on in 2018 and beyond, making sure people understand their human rights, why they are important and how they can stand up for them?

Any contribution would be greatly appreciated, and you can make your donation online quickly and easily here. Then, all you need to do is click on the image above to access the high quality/resolution version, right click to save as and then use the image on social media and/or in emails.

With a big thank you to Ellie for her beautiful contribution, and I look forward to thanking you for yours, very soon!

Help us increase understanding and support for human rights in the UK.

About the Author

Natalia Rymaszewska

Interim Chief Executive
Natalia has worked in the charity sector for more than a decade, most recently serving as the Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Executive of the London Legal Support Trust for five years. She also serves as a director of LegalVoice, an online magazine about access to justice aimed to support the not-for-profit legal sector. With a background of collaborative development, she has worked with a number of front line organisations, alongside colleagues at the National Pro Bono Centre including the Access to Justice Foundation, and previously worked at the Bar Pro Bono Unit View all posts by Natalia Rymaszewska.

Ellie Collins

Ellie is an illustrator based in Bristol. She is a Geography graduate and works for a charity supporting people with learning disabilities. She created La Via Campesina’s International Women’s Day poster in 2015 and is especially interested in the rights and wellbeing of rural communities. View all posts by Ellie Collins.
Forget the cards – we’ve got a new idea!
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