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(10-08-2012 09:02 PM)josiahcecil Wrote: You should get some pictures when the kids open them up its always great to see a less fortunate child get a gift from total strangers. Im in the Army and Im going to spread this idea through the ranks in my unit and see what else I can get donated. I forgot what city did you say your in? Another thing you could do which could really expand the amount of cards to be donated is contact your local sports radio station and ask them for a plug for the cause like once a day or once a couple days, Im sure they would be glad to have any good public relations hit the wires.
(10-08-2012 10:38 PM)poolesidesports Wrote: http://commons4kids.org/ and http://www.cards2kids.org/ are two that I have donated to.
(10-09-2012 07:29 PM)poolesidesports Wrote: sure, where do i send cards to?
(10-02-2012 09:04 AM)dbroockerd Wrote: I just thought I'd drop a post and say that I have dealt with this guy on a few occasions already and he seems to be an asset to the boards. Just a friendly post to help out. Good Luck! I have no 2012 Topps left except my set or I'd love to help.
(10-02-2012 12:29 PM)acevanquish Wrote: Please don't abbreviate this on flyers or any other items. ( ¬_¬)
I have a bunch of 2012 series 2 that I can send, but not until the end of this month or November.
(10-09-2012 08:46 PM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: Noticed that, too. Perhaps when abbrieviating, make it Cards for Children at Christmas.
Anyway, count me in. Just PM me with answers to the following questions, sfreinker:
1. What cards do you need?
2. How many cards do you need?
3. Where should I ship them to?
4. Can I send packs, as well as cards?
5. When do you need them by, as I can ship Oct. 20th at earliest?