Journey - Fairmail Card
Eco-friendly, printed in the UK, with a peel-easy label used to bind the card and envelope, instead of a single-use cello-bag.
FairMail Cards is a social enterprise which produces photo cards using pictures taken by under-privileged Peruvian teenagers. The teenagers take pictures during free photography classes. FairMail sells their best photos on Fair Trade greeting cards. The teenagers get 60% of the profit from their own photos to help finance their housing and invest in their education.
The photographer Dante Juarez Avila 19, comes from Trujillo Peru. He is in high school and besides photography his greatest passion football.
Size: 15 x 15cm Blank inside
Free Standard Delivery
Available on all orders over £30.00 – delivered in approximately 7 working days excluding bank holidays. Areas covered – England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland (including Highlands and Islands), The Scilly Isles and the Isle of Man.
£3.00 on all orders under £30.00 – delivered in approximately 7 working days excluding bank holidays. Areas covered – England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland (including Highlands and Islands), The Scilly Isles and the Isle of Man.
Collection In Person
You are welcome to collect your order from fair2all, 17 Bath Street, Ashby de la Zouch, LE65 2FH. Just choose 'collection in person' from the delivery options at checkout. Please let us know when you intend to collect your order by adding this to the order notes on the shopping cart page. Or you can reply to us when you receive your order confirmation.
Unfortunately currently fair2all does not deliver beyond the UK, but please use contact us to let us know where you are so we can consider deliveries to your location in future.
We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you are not 100% satisfied with your item, simply send it back within 14 days and we’ll refund the full cost of the item minus shipping costs. In the event of items being faulty or defective, we will pay for shipping.
The above policy does not affect your legal rights.