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Call For Artists to Help Nonprofits

In this unprecented time of global crisis, charities of all types are in desperate need of funds to carry out their missions. For over 20 years Good Cause Greetings has produced holiday cards that support well respected charities throughout the world. A minimum of ten percent of the proceeds from every card sold helps feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, provide education, prevent and treat diseases, protect the environment and promote the welfare of children and their families. We are proud to have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to nonprofits throughout the world since our founding over 20 years ago.

It All Starts with Great Art!

Now that we're all self-distancing at home, Instagram and Facebook have exploded with artwork of every flavor as talented creatives pick up their paintbrushes, markers and scissors and share their masterpieces with the world. We invite you to share your talent to help nonprofits worldwide by creating artwork for Good Cause Greetings' upcoming holiday (Christmas) line.

We are looking for artwork by adults as well as by kids. We have several programs that raise funds for children's hospitals and cards for those programs feature artwork by kids. So muster the family, and create some holiday card art!

If you spend a few minutes on our site, you will see that many of the card designs reflect the nature of the work the card supports. For example, cards that support the National Alliance to End Homelessness often feature houses in the design. Cards in support of ProLiteracy have books in the artwork. The goal first, and foremost, is creating images that express the meaning of the holidays that will apply to a large range of tastes. Many of our customers are businesses that send Good Cause Greetings to their customers. They are looking for unique, sophisticated designs. Whimsical is great; cutesy is not.

We are NOT looking for repeat patterns, anything religious or trademarked and nothing that is overly cute. We don't buy cartoons or bunnies or kittens and our customers have a preference for non-digital art. To learn more and get started, check out the Artwork Guidelines and our Payment Details.

Artwork Guidelines