Every month thousands of encouraging cards, testimonies, devotional letters and postcards are mailed to all of our friends with cancer with one purpose: to bring consistent hope and support to them along their journey.
Every card, letter and postcard is made through the collaborative effort of volunteers and staff in order to provide encouraging support to our patients. In fact, the colored cards are personally made by volunteers in the Hope Center and also from schools, churches, and homes all over the United States.
Want to get involved?
We could really use your help to make these cards so that each and every friend with cancer gets some encouragement in the mail box, possibly even from you. Do it from anywhere, anytime. Everything that you need to get started is below. Just click on the links.
First, open and download or print the following guide for instructions. NOTE: Please DO NOT use phrases such as “Get well soon” or Feel better soon”, rather, use encouraging phrases such as “We are rooting for you”, “Be strong”, “Be brave”, “Cheering you on”, “God loves you”, “You are loved”, etc.
Below are a list of different templates to choose from. Each template has a joke and matching themed artwork. The blank template is an open canvas if you want to be more creative and draw your own artwork. Choose one or several templates and print according to the instructions inside the Cards of Hope Guide.
Please Note: It is important to use standard copy paper when printing the cards.
If you have any questions along the way or would like to be removed from our mailing list, please contact us.