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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Children's Art Project: Gifts that Give Back

You’ll find some of the most adorable gift ideas through Children’s Art Project. Children’s Art Project (CAP) at the world-renowned M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, is a heartwarming go-to source for holiday gifts that give back.

For 35 years, CAP has brought the imaginations of M. D. Anderson’s pediatric cancer patients to life in a wide selection of quality products and seasonal gift items inspired by their whimsical artwork. From Christmas ornaments and items for the home to holiday cards and gifts for friends and family – CAP is one-stop shopping destination for many of your readers’ holiday needs.

All proceeds from CAP sales are invested directly back into pediatric patient programs at M. D. Anderson – adding zest, normalcy and promise to young lives interrupted by cancer. In fact, CAP has returned over $23 million to such programs since 1973. Items range from $5 to $100 and can be purchased at retail outlets throughout the country, online (www.childrensart.org) and through mail order catalog.

Festive decor for the home, serving dishes, napkins, etc for holiday parties, gifts for little divas in training, and an exclusive line of timeless favorites from Christopher Radko. Check it all out here!

1 comment:

Ramona Russell said...

Thanks for writing about this. I created a company in memory of my 28 year old sister, Liz, who died from breast cancer. Uptown Liz (www.uptownliz.com) promotes products from companies whose proceeds go to charity. You can shop on this one-of-a-kind Web site by charitable cause or product category, knowing that every time you make a purchase you are making a difference. There are many great art, clothing, jewelry, house wares, beauty and eco-friendly products (just to name a few) that benefit charities all over the world.