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Write Holiday Cards for Holocaust Survivors

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Write Holiday Cards for Holocaust Survivors

All sizes are fine, but we find that 8.5″x11″ card stock is easier for younger artists to decorate. Once the paper is folded in half to create standard card flaps, the front can be decorated however the artists would like. Feel free to print a template for your artists to color. Artists can use markers, colored pencils, crayons, flat stickers, paint...the sky is the limit! We recommend staying away from glitter, beads, or bumpy stickers due to their tendency to fall off in travel.

When decorating the cards, please leave the inside panels blank so JF&CS staff can write a note in each card. 

On the back of the card, feel free to write something like: “Lovingly made for you by ___________________ from ____________________ ” (the second blank being the name of your organization, school, or the town you live in). If the artist is a child, they can also include their age. It’s up to you, of course! Please keep all decorating on the front and back of the cards, leaving the inside blank.

Please note:

  • We ask that nothing be written about the recipients being Holocaust survivors or having endured hardships.
  • If you are proficient in Russian, we would love to receive cards with Russian text, as we have many Russian-speaking clients.
  • Please ask your artists to use colors and images that have a light, upbeat, cheery, peaceful, or neutral theme. We can’t send cards that have scary pictures on them.
  • We need corresponding envelopes to whatever size cards you make. Unfortunately, we cannot provide envelopes. Please leave the cards outside of their envelopes.

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