Ever wondered what you could do with all the money you saved by not sending Christmas cards?
Dutch pension plan PGGM, Zeist, has embraced the Christmas spirit this year and plans to give up to 40,000 guilders ($17,000) to charity by e-mailing its Christmas messages.
The 115 billion guilder plan has offered to donate 10 guilders for each "card" it sends and is dispatching 4,000 e-cards this year, said spokeswoman Ellen Habermehl. Recipients can decide to donate their 10 guilders to Doctors Without Borders, the World Wildlife Fund or Amnesty International by clicking on the relevant link or from the PGGM website.
"We chose those charities as they are international," said Ms. Habermehl.
It's not yet clear how much money has been raised because the response from recipients has been slow, she said. But the plan expects to have a better idea of the size of the donations by January.
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