Choose from a selection of favourite classic cards, plus three featured card designs from a young people from child welfare.
Custom interior printing is available and assorted packages of twelve greeting cards are also available for purchase at the Children’s Aid Foundation, 25 Spadina Rd, Toronto. Proceeds from greeting card sales help fund programs that support young people in Canada’s child welfare system build self-esteem and brighter futures.
For information about pricing and delivery and to place your order, please contact Alison Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 416-923-0924 ext 252.
New! – “Snowball Fun”
Created by Dylan*, aged 10, a child in care. Snowman watches contently as his creator playfully engages in his favourite holiday pastime: a snowball fight! *Based on true account of child in care. Name has been changed.
The talent behind this card, Van Loc, is a freelance artist and filmmaker, and a former youth in care. She serves on the Peel Children’s Aid Society Board of Directors as a Youth Member and is committed to empowering youth.
Artist Van Loc is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Art at York University in Toronto. Her creativity is evident in this whimsical image of a holiday sleigh.
A familiar sight for many during the holiday season. Children head to the local rink and hit the ice. Let’s hope there’s some hot chocolate waiting for them!
“Hello Mr. Snowman”
In this festive and colourful scene Mr. Snowman embraces the chilly winter weather. Let’s hope it stays cold so he doesn’t melt!
“Just One Night”
Lisa Rotenberg’s work is found in galleries and private collections worldwide. These hills look perfect for a toboggan ride.
This retro, playful design is by Tracy Walker. Her work appeared in the New York Times and she illustrated award-winning stamps for Canada Post.
This crisp snapshot is by Nancy Falconi. Her artistic endeavours include writing, painting, filmmaking and photography.
This design by Sandra Dionisi was first featured during our 2005 Holiday Campaign. She teaches illustration at Sheridan College and at the Faculty of Design at OCAD University in Toronto.
“New In Town”
In this holiday scene by Canadian artist and graphic designer Lisa Rotenberg, one of Rudolph’s pals finds himself in a sleepy town. It looks like he missed the snowball fight!