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Donate Christmas Cards to St. Jude's Children's Hospital

Casa Quickie: Repurpose Your Holiday Cards

Now that Dec. 25 has come and gone, we probably all have handfuls of "Seasons Greetings" lined up on our mantels or pinned to our refrigerators. Instead of stashing those cards in a drawer with last year's, you might as well put them to good use.

Send yours to St. Jude's Ranch For Children, a safe home that rescues abused, abandoned, and neglected children. St. Jude's runs a 30-year-old recycling-card program to benefit the children, which will make those goods wishes worth much more than words. The children participate in the program by making new cards. After removing the front of donated cards, they attach a new back made with recycled paper, and then they are sold.


Cards may be donated by sending them to:

St. Jude's Ranch For Children
Card Recycling Program
100 St. Jude's Street
Boulder City, NV 89005

Just make sure you save your friend's and family's photos first, if you received any!

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missmari missmari 5 years
What a great idea your mom has, BuffBabe6108! Does anyone know if the St. Jude's program also takes old birthday cards?
BuffBabe6108 BuffBabe6108 6 years
My mom recycles hers by cutting them into shapes and using them as tags on gifts next year, but after reading this article maybe she will recycle them this way now.
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