Christmas card sales support charitable health care and outreach for uninsured patients.
Church Health’s Christmas Card program—its largest annual fundraiser—is underway, offering businesses, congregations, social groups, and individuals an opportunity to extend holiday greetings while advancing the care and services offered by Church Health.
Featuring “Sincerity,” a work contributed by beloved local artist Pam McDonnell, Church Health Christmas cards may be sent in honor or memory of loved ones, friends, clients, or even coworkers. Those honored receive a hand-inscribed card acknowledging the gift. Cards recognizing a memorial gift will be sent to the person specified by the donor. Church Health volunteers handwrite and send the cards on behalf of card purchasers.
“In my painting, ‘Sincerity,’ I consider how bare honesty brings about beauty if—and only if—each piece, however similar, celebrates its own unique nature,” explains McDonnell. “Each piece within the whole can be viewed as a prayer, symbolizing the ways people relate to themselves and others with gentle truth and honesty.”
Proceeds from the Christmas card program bring a warm holiday greeting to recipients while providing much-needed care for those in need. A $10 per card donation is requested.
“Our Christmas card program is a great way to support Church Health while keeping in touch with those you love,” says Church Health CEO, Dr. Scott Morris.
Church Health Christmas card orders will be taken through Dec. 7, 2018. Download a Christmas card order form at ChurchHealth.org/ChristmasCards. You may also call 901.701.2000 to request a form.