Let's make greeting cards for charity to raise fund for a good cause that you have an interest or burden for. Card making can be a good way to strengthen friendship and network with others.
For those who have been making cards together once or twice a month regularly, you can go further by making cards for a good cause.
Choose a charitable organisation that the majority of your members are interested to support, approach the organisation and submit your proposal to the person-in-charge.
Get sponsor for card making supplies like card-stocks, ink pads, embellishments, etc.
You can gather the whole family to make greeting cards for charity.
Gather all your family members together at the dining table and spend a few weekends making cards for a charity of your choice.
Explain to children involved what they are doing. Find out more about the charity and share the work they are doing to the family members involved in this project.
Children can help with simple tasks. For example, tying ribbons. Picture above shown my nephew and nieces helping to tie strings to the finished tags. Adult can cut the strings to the right length for them first.
Sponsored by a pharmaceutical company, a group of card makers and non card makers joined forces to create greeting cards to bring awareness to Cervical Cancer. We supplied the labours and the pharmaceutical company provided the fund to purchase supplies for this project.
Make greeting cards to cheer up those who are down or living alone in your church or community. Make some and share them on this website.