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Organizations that Accept Handmade Cards

Making cards is fun and sometimes it’s so much fun that you may find yourself with more cards than people to send them to. Fortunately, there are many organizations that need and accept handmade card donations. Here are some of our and our customer’s favorites

Our family has benefited directly from RMHC, so this particular organization is near and dear to our hearts.

We were thrilled to see at the house in which we stayed, a box of handmade cards for guests to take. Stores are not necessarily close to hospitals, the hospital gift shop is often not the best place to find cards, and sometimes you may not have transportation, so having a box of handmade cards available is beyond amazing!

RMHC handmade cards are made available to families in the house and on Hospitality Cart and staff may use them to send to donors and volunteers.

Click the link to find a Ronald McDonald House in your area.

https://www.rmhc.org/

“At LFTE, we wholeheartedly believe that ANYONE can make a difference, and EVERYONE should try! Why not try right now? From writing a letter to a lonely senior to using your spare change for a good cause by making a donation to my nonprofit, there’s so much you can do to make a difference and show your “love for the elderly!”

​Through these initiatives, Love for the Elderly has brought joy to tens of thousands of seniors across the globe, motivating and inspiring people to give back to their elders in over 60 countries and 6 continents.” 

www.lovefortheelderly.org

This is a popular non-profit with our customers and there are stamp stores that are affiliates and some allow you to drop off your cards at the shows that they attend, which is a bonus.

“Cards for Soldiers was started in October 2005 by me, Charly Mathews, to support my husband’s troops deployed to the Middle East. It has always been a one-woman owned Non-Profit Corporation with the mission to send handmade, blank cards and signed Christmas, Thank You, and Get Well Cards to deployed units or service members overseas for the soldiers to use to write to family and friends.

It’s been the most rewarding project I have ever been involved in and a big hit with the soldiers! Please join me in my program to support the troops!”

www.greetingcardsforsoldiers.blogspot.com

Cards for Hospitalized Kids

“Cards for Hospitalized Kids(CFHK) is an internationally recognized charitable organization that spreads hope, joy & magic to hospitalized kids across America through uplifting, handmade cards.

Anyone can get involved with us, from anywhere. Individuals and groups across the United States, and the world donate time and creativity to make handmade cards and send them to us for distribution in hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses across the nation.

In 2016, we celebrated our five year anniversary. The number of cards we continue to receive yearly continually grows. For that, we are so thankful.

Over 100,000 kids in hospitals in all 50 states have received cards from us. We believe this is just the beginning. We hope you will get involved and help us brighten the days of as many hospitalized kids as possible.”

www.cardsforhospitalizedkids.com

New Yorker, Hannah Brencher was struggling with depression. In an effort to lift that depression she started writing letters and leaving them around the city. Writing about this on her blog, Hannah offered to write a letter to anyone who was discouraged. She received over 400 requests and The World Needs More Love Letters was born. Since 2011 over 250,000 love letters across all 50 states and 73 countries have been delivered to people in need!

Every month new Letter Requests, which include a story of each recipient are posted on the site with an address to send your letter. Read the stories and respond to those that you feel lead. You can get information and read the FAQs at the site.

www.moreloveletters.com

Cardmaking Events

There are some exciting card and snail mail events throughout the year, giving you several more opportunities to send some of those extra cards you may have accumulated.

World Cardmaking Day - First Saturday in October​

“An international movement to celebrate the joy of sending and receiving hand-written notes and greeting cards.

Thinking Of You Week was first launched in the UK in 2014 and has grown into a popular annual event.

The Washington-based Greeting Card Association brought “Thinking of You Week” to the United States in 2018 and is a proud sponsor of the program. With the support of the U.S. Postal Service, over 500 million residences across the country saw the Thinking of You postmark on first-class mail during the whole month of September 2018. The USPS is once again supporting this event in 2019.

Thinking Of You Week is brought to you by the Greeting Card Association.”

www.thinkingofyouweekusa.com

“InCoWriMo is the short name for International Correspondence Writing Month, otherwise known as February.

With an obvious nod to NaNoWriMo for the inspiration, InCoWriMo challenges you to hand-write and mail/deliver one letter, card, note or postcard every day during the month of February.

It’s simple. It’s fun. It’s rewarding.”

https://incowrimo.org

Thinking of You Week - Last Week of September

“An international movement to celebrate the joy of sending and receiving hand-written notes and greeting cards.

Thinking Of You Week was first launched in the UK in 2014 and has grown into a popular annual event.

The Washington-based Greeting Card Association brought “Thinking of You Week” to the United States in 2018 and is a proud sponsor of the program. With the support of the U.S. Postal Service, over 500 million residences across the country saw the Thinking of You postmark on first-class mail during the whole month of September 2018. The USPS is once again supporting this event in 2019.

Thinking Of You Week is brought to you by the Greeting Card Association.” 

www.thinkingofyouweekusa.com

My wife and I have been using your stamps for years. The people we send our cards to have every card we have ever sent them. They refuse to throw them away as people do with store bought cards. We love love your stuff!
Marie & Gary Easthope
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