We’re pleased to announce that The Herald newspaper is donating all proceeds from sales of its 2017 charity calendar to The National Autistic Society Scotland.
The calendar features the very best photographs, which have been taken by readers over the past year and submitted for the newspaper's popular Picture of the Day feature.
After careful consideration, the judges selected 12 striking images and these have been brought together and published in the calendar for everyone to enjoy.
Very kindly, all of the readers whose photographs were chosen to appear in the calendar, have waived copyright for their publication.
Neither The Herald nor Garthland, the Glasgow-based company who are printing this year’s calendar, will make any commercial gain from its publication.
Jenny Paterson, director of The National Autistic Society Scotland, said: “We are thrilled to have been chosen to receive the proceeds from sales of The Herald’s 2017 charity calendar. The quality of images featured is truly outstanding and it’ll make a great Christmas present or stocking filler.
“By purchasing the calendar you are helping us to continue to support autistic people in Scotland.”
Barclay McBain, executive editor of The Herald, added “I am delighted that the high quality of photographs submitted by readers over the past year, has enabled us to publish the most impressive in this year’s calendar. As in previous years, all profits from sales go to charity and this year we are proud to be supporting The National Autistic Society Scotland.”
The calendar is on sale now. To order yours click here.
Alternatively you can call 0141 302 7300 or purchase a copy from the reception desk at The Herald’s offices, located at 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 3QB.