The Gallery Collection is proud to announce a 4,000 holiday card donation to Canines for Disabled Kids. CDK is an education/advocacy group that educates the public about assistance dogs, and assists families in determining if a service dog is the right tool for their child.
CDK helps families select the best training program to serve their child’s needs, as well as assist with the application process. Canines for Disabled Kids also provide scholarships to offset the cost of dogs for children 18 and under, as well as advocacy work for all working service dog teams. They are often seen in schools or at civic groups educating interested parties about service dogs, how they are trained, and the multitude of ways they can help mitigate disabilities.
As a non-fee for service program that works nationwide, the 4,000 holiday card donation from The Gallery Collection will allow Canines for Disabled Kids to send warm holiday greetings and thanks to all of their supporters.
If you are interested in learning more about Canines for Disabled Kids, and other ways that you can help, you can visit their website at: http://caninesforkids.org/
As part of The Gallery Collection’s charitable donation program, we recently donated 200 Thank You cards to Hannah & Friends. The mission of Hannah & Friends is to improve the quality of life for children and adults with special needs.
Maura and Charlie Weis founded Hannah & Friends in 2003, in honor of their daughter Hannah. They provide assistance and support through residential homes, day programs, summer camps, and Hannah’s Helping Hand Grants.
Hannah’s Helping Hands funds quality of life grants for Kansas, Kansas City Metropolitan area, Florida, Indiana, including the greater Michiana area, New York, and Rhode Island families that care for children and adults with special needs. The grants provide low and moderate-income families with stipends that may be used for a wide variety of supports related to their family member.
Hannah & Friends will be using their Thank You cards from The Gallery Collection to thank supporters, donors and volunteers. If you’d like more information on how you can help, visit www.hannahandfriends.org.
The mission of the Easter Seals of NJ is to enable individuals with disabilities or special needs, and their families, to live, learn, work and play in their communities with equality, dignity and independence. And they’ve been doing so for quite some time! They are currently celebrating their 65th anniversary of providing service programs that give help to so many.
The Gallery Collection believes it is extremely important to give back to the community and to make charitable donations whenever possible. So we were thrilled to make a donation of 100 Thank You cards to the Easter Seals of NJ. They will be able to use these cards to thank donors and everyone who has supported them in all of their endeavors. But we would like to thank them for making such a huge difference in the lives of so many.
The Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance wants to help end diabetes in our lifetime. Their mission is to direct donor contributions to the charitable organizations that most effectively fund research with the goal of delivering a type 1 Practical Cure by 2025.
As part of our charitable contribution efforts, The Gallery Collection is extremely pleased to make a donation of 100 Thank You cards to the JDCA. This will aid them in sharing their thanks with supporters while their funds can continue to help bring a cure to type 1 diabetes.
The Gallery Collection knows that a card can make a difference. When you let people know that you are appreciative of their support it can be beneficial to everyone involved. And we are proud to help bridge that gap.
The Gallery Collection has a long standing history of making charitable donations to organizations that could benefit from greeting cards or holiday cards. One such organization we were very happy to make a donation to is the National Multiple Sclerosis Society – New Jersey Metro Chapter. Our donation of 500 Thank You cards will allow them to thank donors and supporters without the extra expenditure on their organization. And what a great organization it is!
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS now. They are determined to create a world that is free of MS. They help people that are affected to address the challenges of living with MS. The Society helps people by funding cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and services that help people with MS and their families move their lives forward.
The Gallery Collection is pleased to play a small part in helping achieve these goals.