Letter: Save your stamps for RNIB cause

As December is now in full swing, postbags up and down the country will be straining under the weight of millions of cards and parcels. With that in mind, sight loss charity Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is calling on the nation to save their used stamps to help raise vital funds.

Last year’s appeal raised over £24,000 to help RNIB provide a range of services including the RNIB Helpline, Talking Books and the Emotional Support service.

Any amount of used stamps, large or small, is appreciated and will really go a long way to helping RNIB deliver first class services.

Why not get family, friends and work colleagues together to save and send it stamps?

Make sure all stamps have a half to full centimetre of space cut around them before sending to: RNIB, PO Box 6198, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 9XT.

Contact Terri on rnibstamps@rnib.org.uk for more information about sending in your stamps or to get involved collecting them in your area.

Terri Bush

Volunteer Stamp

Appeal Co-ordinator