One of the reasons to get business cards printed, rather than make them yourself, is to get what printers call a “bleed” as part of your design. A bleed is when color or design elements go right to the very edge of the card. The way printers achieve this effect is that they actually print a slightly bigger image on larger paper or card stock and then trim off the edges so the color goes right to the edge. This design is one that lends itself to a bleed and would not look nearly as attractive if there were a white margin all the way around the logo.
This non-profit corporation was the recipient of one of my largest packages; I designed a logo, two websites, business cards and letterhead for this company, and also made graphics for social media platforms and have been maintaining the websites on an on-going basis.