Children’s Art Project
If you’re ever in need of a new & cute iphone cover I would highly recommend checking out the covers offered by The University of Texas MD Anderson
Cancer Center Children’s Art Project.
We are a non-profit entity within the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and have been making life better for children with cancer sine 1973!
For more than 38 years, the Children’s Art Project at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has made life better for children with cancer. Through worldwide sales of young cancer patients’ original artwork featured on seasonal note cards and gift items, the project has returned $27 million to programs that benefit cancer patients and their families. Each year, the project offers Holiday, Everyday and Valentine collections of note cards and gift items.
Last year, card and gift sales funded $1.25 million in programs benefiting MD Anderson patients. While the Children’s Art Project’s highest priority is giving children with cancer opportunities to live a more normal childhood and prepare successfully for adulthood, the project also provides programs accessible to the more than 96,000 patients of all ages served each year at MD Anderson.
Through the years, this network of support and friendship is very much a part of the culture at the Children’s Art Project. Friendships made sustain our children through difficult treatments, little triumphs — and sometimes through heartbreak. When you purchase cards and gifts from CAP you are helping us fund many patient-focused programs at MD Anderson.
This past Christmas, I recieved the “Love” cover and it’s been on my phone ever since. I’m considering getting a new one, but I just can’t decide which one I like the most. But if you’re not in the market for a new iphone cover [or if you don’t own an iphone] the site offers tons of other stuff featuring the kid’s artwork. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed! Cute stuff + supporting a good cause… what could be better?
[via Children’s Art Project]