UNION, Ky., Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cards for Causes holiday selection is now available, with many new and unique designs for both business and personal use.
Cards for Causes is a personal and corporate greeting and holiday card provider that donates 20 percent of its card revenue to charity. The organization will make donations to the not-for-profit organization of the purchaser's choice.
With a selection of nearly 900 holiday cards, Card for Causes is becoming the premier place to buy cards, including economical "budget-friendly" cards, city scene cards and new designs in the professional occupation category (attorney/accountant/financial/Wall Street).
Cards for Causes has added dozens of new, exclusive designs that are digitally printed in full color on 100-percent recycled stock. Also new are Christmas photo cards that are perfect for both businesses and families.
Even more exciting, Cards for Causes has added a new category featuring holiday cards that promote alternative energy, including wind turbines and solar energy.
"Our new alternative energy holiday cards have been extremely popular with utility companies and other organizations and associations that promote alternative energy initiatives," said Cards for Causes founder and President Michael Rabidoux. "They can also select an environmental charity to be the recipient of our donation, which will complement their business models."
Cards for Causes has donated to 19 hunger-related non-profits, making the total number of meals donated to charities a whopping 203,000. In addition to hunger-related charities, the business donates to public services, international, health, education, environmental, wildlife and religious organizations.
About Cards for Causes
Cards for Causes was founded in 2006 with the mission of helping to support worthy causes by offering hundreds of holiday, all-occasion cards and invitations where 20 percent of every card purchase is donated to the non-profit cause of the customer's choice. The company's goal is to raise $1 million to benefit worthy not-for-profit causes. Cards for Causes donates the largest percentage of its revenue compared to competitors of similar scope.
A card purchaser can choose the charity they wish for their purchase to benefit, including ones not currently listed on the site. To do this, you may click on the "submit a cause" link at the bottom of the Cards for Causes homepage to fill out the information needed for the not-for-profit organization you wish to add. Any charity that is organized or registered to do business in the United States and that is recognized as a tax-exempt organization by the IRS is eligible to be on the "select a cause" page and to receive donations from Cards for Causes.
Businesses can order holiday, thank you or special greeting cards with the organization's logo featured on the card. There are greeting cards for almost any occasion -- some of which are difficult to locate in a traditional retail setting -- which may be purchased by individuals or businesses, including Christmas, Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, holiday, birthday, get well, pet sympathy, anniversary and retirement. For more information, visit http://www.cardsforcauses.com.
JW Public Relations
SOURCE Cards for Causes