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Tolkien calendar helping Asian tsunami appeal
DME Partnership www.discovermiddleearth.co.uk are donating 100% of the funds from all future sales of their 2005 Wall Calendar 'Discover England's Two Towers' to the Asia Tsunami Relief Fund (DEC – Disasters Emergency Committee).
Moved by the tragic events of the Asian Tsunami on December 26th and its aftermath DME Partnership owners Richard and Tom Greenwood made the decision to donate their stock and give 100% of the money from all new sales to charity.
Partner Richard Greenwood said "this is a very innovative way of people giving to charity, while all their money goes to charity they get something back as a thank you in the form of the calendar".
The Charity calendars are available for £5 ($9.99 US approx) from www.discovermiddleearth.co.uk/tsunami/ and can be sent worldwide.
About DME Partnership:
Started by two brothers Richard and Tom Greenwood in late 2003 to explore the life of Tolkien in England and the inspirations for the Lord of the Rings. The 'Discover England's Two Towers' Calendar reveals the real locations in England that inspired JRR Tolkien when writing the Lord of the Rings and other Middle-Earth stories. Locations include the Two Towers in Birmingham and Saurons Temple in Oxford.
Published January 7, 2005