A CHARITY card selling group are looking for people to support them by buying their cards.
Cards for Good Causes are supported by Alison Barber and other volunteers who sells the cards from St Dionysius Church.
The charity was formed when a group of medical charities got together to talk about selling cards at Christmas.
Cards for Good Causes was formed in 1964 and now Harborough is entering its 13th season of cards being sold for the charity at St Dionysius.
Fifty years since Cards for Good Causes was formed more than £75million has been raised for charities by people selling the cards.
As well as selling cards from thirty two charities the group also offer Advent calendars and gifts.
St Dionysius are appealing for people to support Cards for Good Causes.
The church is also seeking new volunteers to sell cards. People who can help should call Alison on 01858 433921.
Cards for Good Causes cards are sold at the shop from 10am until 4pm Monday to Saturday but until 11am on Wednesday and Thursday. Cards will be sold there until Wednesday, December 18.