Do you know how to make at least 400 people (half of whom you probably don’t even know) break into a BIG SMILE??
Well we think we’ve found the answer!! Would you like to help us, by committing ‘A Random Act of Cardness’ in our ‘Send A Smile’ challenge for 2014?
It’s our goal to ‘pay it forward’ in the memory of Roger’s brother, Don Sands who passed away two years ago. A lot of folks helped put a smile on the face of Roger’s brother Don, when he was going through cancer treatments. He received many heartfelt cards of support and encouragement from lots of folks (most of whom he never met). All of these people were part of the card-caring SendOutCards community. They believe that they can ‘change the world, one card at a time’. (Click here to read Roger’s brief article about Don and his ‘card shower’ from SendOutCards folks.)
So our goal for 2014 is to help 200 people ‘Send A Smile’ using the awesome SendOutCards system. We will pay all the expenses for each person – the card design, printing, stuffing, mailing and postage for every card sent. When all 200 cards have been sent – 400 smiles will be generated (200 on the faces of the senders and 200 on the faces of the recipients) and there will be a ripple effect as those 400 people radiate some more smiles into their world.
To help us with our challenge – you can ‘Send A Smile’ to your special someone at the locations listed below ‘in person’ with us OR we can help you do it over the phone – just need your computer and internet connection. Prepare to be amazed and smile too!!
On Location – In Person
Wednesday April 9th – Coutts Coffee, 17 Wilson St. E, Perth – Noon to 2:00 PM
Wednesday April 16th – The Good Life Bistro, 5 Main St. E., Smiths Falls – 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesday April 23rd – Coutts Coffee, 17 Wilson St. E, Perth – Noon to 2:00 PM
Wednesday, April 30th – The Good Life Bistro, 5 Main St. E., Smiths Falls – Noon to 2:00 PM
To make other arrangements to ‘Send A Smile’ – please contact us by email: email@example.com or phone: 613-283-2237.
We’re looking forward to helping you commit
‘A Random Act of Cardness’