One of three designs created by a child representing St. Jude’s for JFC’s 2019 Hope for the Holidays program
New York—Jewelers for Children has launched its 2019 Hope for the Holidays program.

This year’s edition includes holiday greeting cards featuring three original designs by children representing St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital—they were either patients at the hospital or a sibling. 

The cards will be produced by Hallmark, marking the third year the company has donated all printing for the occasion. 

Members of the jewelry industry can send holiday cards showing their support of JFC in lieu of traditional holiday greetings. 

There are also contribution recognition cards, which can be purchased with a donation to JFC and sent to contacts on holiday lists, and contribution card inserts for use with any holiday cards. 

Companies in the jewelry industry also can participate in the honor donation program, in which they send letters to their customers and suppliers asking that a donation be made in their honor to JFC instead of giving a holiday gift. 

It can be utilized by anyone in the industry. 

JFC provides suggested language for a letter and customized donation forms.

For more information about purchasing holiday cards, contribution cards and inserts or about the honor donation program, visit JFC’s website or call 212-687-2949.

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