Society’s Ills Addressed in New Line of Non-Traditional Greeting Cards

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Vibrant All-Occasion Cards Speak to LifeÂ?s Issues in an Encouraging Way. New Line of 38 Greeting Cards targeted at individuals suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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Christmas is just around the corner. For some, it’s the most exciting time of the year, while for others it is a season most dreaded because it either invokes painful memories that some would rather forget, such as the loss of a loved one, or it brings on a condition known as, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a depression that occurs in the winter months.

Christine Williams wanted to address this issue head-on, so she founded Give From The Heart, a unique and encouraging line of multi-cultural greeting cards developed to encourage the recipient, emotionally, mentally and spiritually—during the hard times.

“I purposely chose to stay away from the traditional type of greeting cards, such as, Thanksgiving and Christmas, because a lot of my friends were having a hard time around those holidays, and I felt that the Greeting Card Industry was already inundated with those types,” says Williams. “Yet, there are very few cards that really speak to the ills of society, which is why we say that Give From The Heart cards are not just a card, but a message.”

Give From The Heart, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, aims to reach that forgotten segment through a line of 38 greeting cards which can be used year round -- whether the occasion is cause for encouragement, sympathy, or celebration, each card offers a unique twist, with beautiful artistry and encouraging scriptural references on the cover, along with a blank inside for personal, hand-written messages.

The cards come in a gift set box of eight custom designs, which can be purchased either online at, or through the Give From The Heart catalog.

For more information or to obtain a catalog, call (484) 431-7933, or write to Give From The Heart, P.O. Box 125, Drexel Hill, PA 19026.

Sample cards available to Media upon request.


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