This week we are formally launching the 2013 Real Easter Egg Campaign.

The aim is to establish the UKs first and only religious, Fairtrade, chairty Easter egg as an annual tradition.

To make the  2013 Real Easter Egg campaign a success, we need individuals, churches and schools to place direct mail bulk orders with us in January and February. 

In the last three weeks we have sent out a resource pack to churches, schools and previous customers. Orders have already started flooding in and we have sold more than 10,000 eggs in the last two weeks.

With your help we can change the Easter egg market forever by making it more spiritual, more generous and more faithful.

This year the Real Easter Egg has a free activity pack in the box which includes the Easter story, activity poster, free i-tune download and a sticker set. The resurrection text from Mark is inside the lid.

See the picture above or the pictures section from the website here.


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