ID card printer donation gives Community access to services

Magicard has had the pleasure of visiting Top Club in Littlemoor, Weymouth and meeting some of the inspirational people who dedicate their time to creating a true community hub. We had been approached by Charlotte (Fundraising and Grant Applications) to ask us if we had an old model ID card printer they could have at a reduced rate as the team wanted to issue Youth Club members with a membership card. Researching further, it was clear that this important community asset was something we’d like to get behind and we were more than happy to give Top Club a Pronto100 -the smallest, fastest, best quality ID card printer in its class and the newest addition to our portfolio.

“We are truly grateful for the kind donation Magicard has made to the Top Club Littlemoor. This card printer will allow us to give members a sense of belonging and security-wise, help keep track of who’s coming into the building. It will make a huge difference to the club and the community. A big thank you to Magicard for the kindness they have shown us” 

Charlotte Fancy, Fundraising and Grant Applications

Having been under-used for many years, the club now houses a number of services: Children’s Centre, Outreach Support, Helping Hands, Big4Littlemoor, The Nest (social supermarket), Youth Club, Football and Houseworks. As well as Charlotte, we met Jac (Helping Hands and Big4Littlemoor) and James, Chair of Committee, Building Manager and Nest Manager. This passionate volunteer team is always on the look out for ways to support the community and make Littlemoor a positive place to live.

“It is truly remarkable what is being achieved at Littlemoor Top Club. All the groups are run by volunteers and supported through charity contributions and donations. As a local business, we at Magicard are proud to support the work being carried out for the good of the community. The Pronto 100 will help members gain access to benefits of the services on offer.”

Andy Cornelius, General Manager, Magicard

The next initiative is Warm Hub, launching in November. Open to all, people will be able to come in and have unlimited tea and coffee, a hot snack – toasted sandwiches to soup – for around £3. It will also run an after school meal deal for families too.

“We can’t wait to launch the hub at Top Club: it’s going to be amazing. We want the building to be used so we can encourage the council to invest to make it even more special.”

James Knott-Fancy, Chair of Committee, Building Manager and Nest Manager


  • Easily identify valid members
  • Provide sense of belonging
  • Remote management
  • High speed
  • High quality
  • Designed-in recyclability: manufactured and packaged from over 75% recycled or recyclable material.
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