CMS Ireland launches resource review...

Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 01 Dec 2009 | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

We all know the familiar saying: “money doesn’t grow on trees”…and strictly speaking, it’s true. But when we use paper, there are real costs, whether environmentally or financially. At CMS Ireland, we continue to seek ways of making the most of valuable resources, such as paper and money.

Two years ago, we changed the look and shape of inMission so as to reduce the environmental and financial costs of producing the magazine. As some of our Global Partners begin to feel the effects of global warming and as the world economy remains in a delicate state, we want to do whatever we can to make the most of our resources.

We are asking you to do your part in helping us cut the cost of the resources we use….and here’s how:

If you regularly receive various CMS Ireland resources such as inMission and Link Letters by post, perhaps you would consider receiving all or some of those publications electronically? By opting for this approach, the latest Link Letter or magazine will reach your inbox without delay, without postal costs and without wasting paper.

If you use praying inmission, did you know that you can sign up on the CMS Ireland website to receive the daily prayers directly into your email inbox at 9am? This makes it easy to prayerfully support CMS Ireland, at home, at work or wherever you may be!

If you no longer wish to receive something we send to you, please let us know so we can take you off the mailing list – we won’t take it personally! In fact, we’ll be grateful for your help in reducing waste.

However, if you would prefer to continue to receive a ‘hard copy’ of the magazine or other resources through the post, that’s fine! We’re extremely thankful that you read the things we send you and that you take an active interest in the work of the Society and of our Global Partners. We will gladly continue sending you the paper versions.

To help us keep your preferences up to date, please click here to complete a simple form telling us which resources you would like to receive and by what method.

If you need any further information, please contact Sarah in the Belfast office.