Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Unicef & Hallmark - Helping Children

Hallmark and UNICEF are excited to announce a partnership launching a new UNICEF collection of greeting cards. With every purchase of a greeting card from Hallmark's new UNICEF collection, a portion of the proceeds will go to help children at risk all over the world.  

With over 116 designs the UNICEF collection has something for everyone featuring beautifully crafted cards including weddings, birthdays, birth of a new baby etc.  These cards are delightful and colourful and I think anyone would be happy to receive one.  Best of all, it's an easy way to help out a child in need while purchasing something you already intended on buying anyways. 
Did you know that Hallmark Cards, Inc. is the world's largest manufacturer of greeting cards and other personal expression produts?  Did you know that Hallmark was founded by Joyce C. Hall in 1910 and currently employs more than 740 artists, designers, stylists, photographers, writers and editors who develop nearly 20,000 prodcts each year? 

Did you know that UNICEF has saved more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization?  Did you know that as part of the UN, Unicef is active in over 190 countries - more than any other organization?  

"Because no where is too far to go to help a child survive."

How far would you go? 

UNICEF everyday cards are now available in Hallmark stores across Canada as well as other fine retailers where the Hallmark brand is sold. 


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