100% of all money raised from Sreepur Village handmade charity cards goes to the Sreepur Village project in Bangladesh
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Sreepur Cards are sold out!

We are sorry but we have now sold out of seasonal cards for 2015

There has been overwhelming demand since the recent article in The Guardian .
Some cards may still be available at various retail outlets.
For more information please email with subject line "availability" to orders@sreepurcards.org

If you are a new customer and would like to join the list for 2016,
please send an e-mail with the subject line “Priority 2016” to

We shall now take a break until the spring when we will reopen for sales of all occasion cards.


Sreepur Village handmade cards

New handmade card gift packs will be available in time for Mothering Sunday - check back in March!

Sreepur Village was founded by Former British Airways stewardess Pat Kerr, and the Outreach Project extends the work of the village community into the outlying regions, enabling even more women to benefit.

Visit > www.thesreepurvillage.org to find out more about the village and its people.

Supported by British Airways
Sreepur Cards is grateful for the support of British Airways

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Sreepur cards high-quality handmade cards

Sreepur Cards are high quality individually hand-crafted charity cards made from locally sourced natural products. They are made in rural Bangladesh by the women of the Sreepur Village Outreach Project.

The producer group have Fair Trade recognition and are able to work from home without neglect of childcare.

All proceeds from the sale of cards are returned to the Sreepur Village, home to more than 500 abandoned children and more than 100 destitute women.

Send a Sreepur handmade charity card as a gift of love and lend your support across the world

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