JFC’s 2022 ‘Hope for the Holidays’ Program Is an Adorable Menagerie
There are three designs to choose from this year, all featuring animals drawn by kids who have had wishes granted through Make-A-Wish.
This year, the cards are available in both traditional and e-card formats, an addition the charity said it hopes will broaden the appeal of the program.
As in years past, Hope for the Holidays features drawings made by children who have had their wishes granted by Make-A-Wish, which uses donations to make dreams come true for children facing life-threatening illnesses.
There are a trio of mice in a nest, two deer in the woods, and a penguin painted against a snowy backdrop.
Hope for the Holidays also includes an honor donation program, and contribution cards and inserts.
For the honor donation program, companies can submit a list of gift recipients. JFC will print and send cards to everyone on the list, noting that a donation has been made in their honor by the donor company.
Contribution cards can also be purchased and personalized, as can contribution card inserts, which can be used with other cards.
JFC said a number of companies in the industry use the honor donation program to send letters to their customers and suppliers asking that in lieu of holiday gifts, a donation be made in the company’s honor to JFC. The charity provides suggested language for a letter and customized donation forms.
Information on purchasing holiday cards, contribution cards and inserts, and the honor donation program can be found on the JFC website, or by calling 212-687-2949.
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