New partnership with UK Mail
We're delighted to announce the launch of a new partnership with UK Mail, through which both our members and other voluntary organisations can access an innovative Desktop to Doormat mailing service, imail. This solution can help you with fundraising and marketing as well as day to day mailings in a cost effective and environmentally-friendly way.
imail is a complete print, production and mailing application for all general office, marketing and fundraising mailings. You can create an online account and send mailings from desktop to doormat in two days (a next-day service is also available for urgent mailings).
Benefits from using imail include:
- Letters printed, enclosed and mailed from only 30p
- Black and white or full colour options
- Personalised print runs from 1 to 100,000+
- Reduced environmental impact – letters/mailings are printed at UK Mail’s imail print centre closest to the delivery address
- Marketing or fundraising promotional A5 cards - print what you need, no wastage
- Dedicated advice and support for voluntary organisations
Richard Williams, our Director of Capacity Building & Business Development, said:
"At a time when many organisations are facing cuts, there is more need than ever to consider measures for saving time and money when carrying out tasks. imail is an excellent service that can help organisations achieve both of these goals. A simple letter can be printed, sealed in an envelope and posted for less than the price of a second class stamp. We are confident that this service will add real value."
Guy Buswell, CEO of UK Mail said:
"We are thrilled to have forged this partnership with the NCVO, which will allow us to effectively support the voluntary sector via the optimisation of their mailing requirements. Not only does imail deliver substantial cost savings, efficiency improvements and increased sales activity, it also simultaneously cuts the carbon footprint of mailing activity by reducing a letter's delivery mileage. With green, as well as cost, considerations coming high up most voluntary organisations’ agendas, this is most definitely an added advantage."