Business Cards

Business cards are a simple and inexpensive way for your council to promote Freegle and are a good alternative when a poster may not be appropriate. Business cards can be handed out at your events, left at council owned or managed buildings for distribution or sent out with mailshots.

A generic Freegle business card graphic is available but If you want another size or a specific design for your council, just email media@ilovefreegle.org.

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There are lots of places that you can leave business cards…

  • Cafes
  • Cinemas
  • Arrange with friendly retailers to hand them out (usually ones with green aspirations).
  • Supermarket noticeboards
  • Corner shops and newsagents
  • Estate agents
  • Repair stores
  • Takeaways
  • Charity shops - suggest they can hand them to people who offer electrical or other stuff they can’t take in their shops.
  • Chemists
  • Carpet shops - good because they have lots of waste such as bits of carpet, wrapping, tubes etc.
  • Churches, Synagogues and any other places of worship often have outreach projects and are happy to dish out the cards.
  • Pubs & clubs
  • Train stations
  • Doctors and dentist surgeries
  • By skips and bins (be selective with this option!)
  • Bus shelters
  • Shopping centres

You could also try asking various places in the community to hand out cards:

  • Citizens' Advice Bureau
  • Housing advice places
  • Community group venues
  • Community halls
  • Customer services at: Town Halls, removal companies, funeral directors
  • Universities
  • Parish halls
  • MP's office
  • Housing associations
  • Housing estate offices
  • Tradesmen
  • Unemployment and other social help centres
  • The TIP
  • Green Fairs
  • Libraries are good. Get hold of their Head Librarian and many will take some for each of their branches.
  • Car Booters will give them out on their stalls, especially those who do it for charities.
  • Building site in their office or even in the 'Show house'
  • Schools, scouts etc. to give to the children for their parents.

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