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Potential quotes:

  1. (Sigh of relief) “Excellent! 10 hours all set!”

  2. (Huge Smile) “Yes! And I didn’t even have to leave my house or break a sweat!”

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Actual quotes:

  1. “Thanks for sharing. This is fantastic stuff and I’ll use this in my blog next week. Great team effort and thanks for creating meaningful impact in the community!” – Title: Global CEO

  2. “This is FANTASTIC to see. How exciting!!! Love all the wonderful cards and well wishes and to see the pent-up creative flare our team members have! Thanks….You have made a real impact on many people.” – Title: CEO North America

  3. “Nothing makes me happier than knowing we have made a meaningful difference for our community and our employees. Thanks so much for bringing this initiative…and driving the vision! And, thank you…for leading the effort!” – Title: Executive Vice President


Have you considered starting Cardz for Kidz! at your office or school recently? If so, why?

There are some folks who simply believe in what we do and love our mission statement:


Cardz for Kidz! is an organization dedicated to uplifting the spirits of hospitalized and/or traumatized children across the globe by delivering inspiring homemade cards.

That’s great! For example, one member of the royal family (see blog post Runs In the Family), Jen Kouba, loves how Cardz for Kidz! combines her passion for art work and impacting her community, by helping DePaul produce nearly 900 cards as of 11/13/2014.

Then there are other “artists” who love the fact that we’re working to not only impact kids in the United States, but connecting with kids outside of this country as well. Currently we’ve sent a total of 348 cards to children outside the continental USA. Also, we are looking to form ongoing partnerships with hospitals, similar to our connection in Haiti, with a couple hospitals in Canada.

Finally, there are other IMPORTANT contributors who are doing it for, what some may say, are the non-spirited reasons – the two R’s: Requirement or Recognition.