What Should You Say?

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People in need often feel forgotten. Simple greetings letting them know you are thinking of them is a compassionate and kind act with a tremendous impact.

 

Addressing Your Card

  • We suggest "A kind hello" or "To a special person."

Encouraging Messages

Let people know that you care about them and wish them well

  • I believe in you!

  • There is no one quite like you. Never forget how special you are!

  • Hang in there. I am right there with you!

  • Even though we don't know each other, I am thinking of you and sending you love!

  • You are unique and amazing, and the world is a better place because of you!

  • You shine brighter than the sun!

  • You inspire me!

  • Sending major good vibes your way!

  • Keep on keeping on, one breath at a time!

  • Believe in yourself as much as I believe in you!

  • I just wanted to send you a smile today!

  • Sending warm thoughts of love, hope, and peace!

Find Inspiration

These recommended websites provide lists of messages, poetry, and quotes that you can borrow:

What Not to Say

Send cards intended to take the focus off of our recipients' difficulties and bring strength and compassion.

  • General messages may not be appropriate to the situation.

    • "Get well soon" or "Feel better" may not be beneficial to someone who suffers from a medical condition that is chronic, life-long, progressive, or terminal.​

    • "Have a good day" could be difficult for someone in transition.

  • Please refrain from offering advice.

  • Other than signing your first name, please do not include any personal information such as your phone number, address, email address, etc.

  • Cards with religious comments will be given to recipients that state their affiliation. We want to provide cards to people of all religions as well as to those who do not practice religion.

  • Business cards, information about your organization, or other general spam is not permitted.