Be The Special Valentine For A Child In Need Of Encouragement
February 14, 2018 - My Sweet Charity
The flowers are ordered. The champagne dinner reservations are locked down with a special bling-bling for dessert. The Kate Weiser chocolates are gift wrapped. You’re all set for Valentine’s Day 2018 and feeling pretty proud of yourself. Rightly so.
But there’s just one more thing that you could do to make it a home run — send a Valentine’s Day card to a stranger. It’s free. Why, it won’t even cost you the price of a stamp!
Thanks to the folks at Children’s Medical Center Foundation, they’ve created three Valentine’s Day cards all ready to be delivered to their Children’s Health munchkin patients. All they need is you to pick which card and personalize it with “a note of encouragement.”
Here’s the link to your chance to be a love-bug hero/ine.
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