David Tennant has signed a new batch of greetings cards to raise money for Headway Essex.
The Colchester-based charity, of which he is the patron, cares for people who have suffered a brain injury, and the actor became involved with the organisation while researching for the 2007 BBC TV drama Recovery, in which he played businessman Alan Hamilton who is left brain-injured after being hit by a car. The production co-starred Sarah Parish as Hamilton's wife, Tricia.
The cards have a black-and-white picture of Tennant on the front and are A5-sized and high-gloss. They come with an envelope and feature the words "With Best Wishes" inside and an explanation on the back about the donation.
This is the second time that he has personally signed cards for the charity.
Other Tennant-related merchandise is also being sold by the charity, namely, a "David Doodle" pillowcase, "David Doodle" T-shirts (for men and women), and a David Tennant tote bag (available in pink or black).
The items are available via the charity's webshop, and all of them can be sent worldwide. Money raised will help people with brain injuries, their families, and carers.