It’s that time again! November’s giveaway from Pear Tree will help you get a head start on your Holidays… ‘tis the season for sending Christmas Cards, right?!
There is one thing I really wanted to share with you that Pear Tree is doing this holiday season… it’s called Operation Gratitude. They are sending packs of color-in Christmas cards to teachers around the nation. All they need to do is sign up and Pear Tree will send them (free) packs of 30 cards for their students to color in and write a message thanking our men and women serving overseas for their dedication and hard work they provide this country.
Pear Tree is also giving back this holiday season by partnering with the American Cancer Society. They have designed six exclusive Christmas cards and by purchasing one of those cards, 100% of the proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.
Pear Tree Greetings is thankful to have the opportunity to help put a smile on the men and women serving overseas who cannot be with their families this holiday season. They are also thankful to help give back to a great organization, American Cancer Society. We would love to hear what you are thankful for this year!
WIN IT: One OurKidsMom reader will win a $30 e-gift card for use on anything at Pear Tree Greetings
You do not have to be a blogger to enter/win. An email address is required to enter. Please leave it in your comment or make sure one is visible for me to find in your Google profile. The winner will be chosen via random.org and contacted via email. A reply to the winning email is required within 48 hours before a new winner is chosen. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on November 24, 2010 and is open to residents of the US.
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