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Have Some Leftover Holiday Cards Lying Around? Judi Dench Wants Your Help!

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SGY-015904If you live in UK and find yourself with an abundance of leftover holiday cards, Judi Dench wants your help.

Dench has teamed up with the Woodland Trust — the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity — to help fund the planting of trees in woodland areas of Britain through a holiday card recycling program.

About the campaign, Dench says:

“We all enjoy giving and receiving Christmas cards, well thanks to the Woodland Trust there is the chance for a second giving and receiving opportunity this year. I would like to challenge people to give to the environment, recycle their cards and then receive trees for their environment by going to Woodlandtrust.org.uk/cards and choosing where the new trees generated by this year’s recycling should be planted!”

With your help, the organization hopes to plant 12,000 trees in 2010!

Wanna find out more about this awesome campaign? Visit WoodlandTrust.org.uk/Cards and learn how you can involved. Cheers!

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