Monday, March 28, 2011

Hope For Japan - CTMH

Hey all! Hope everyone had a nice weekend :) I got to spend some time with my father's friends and reminisced about his life - miss you, dad!! xo

It has come to my attention that Close To My Heart (CTMH, a direct sales stamp company started in 1984) is doing something special for something close to MY heart - Japan. I wanted to share this with my paper crafting friends.



"Our hearts go out to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and like so many of you, we’re eager to help. From now until April 30, when you purchase the exclusive “Hope for Japan” A-size stamp set (A1118) for only $5, Close To My Heart will donate 100% of the profits to the American Red Cross’ efforts in Japan."

My friend, Peggy, in Oregon is a CTMH rep. (I live in IL) and we've been friends for years in a Yahoo Group (Paper Piecing Swaps). She had mentioned this so I thought I'd pass the word on my blog. If you don't have a CTMH rep, she will be able to get you this stamp and other products (wink!). I don't have any CTMH products so this will be my first purchase! If you can spare a few dollars, please join us!

Thanks for stopping by - Happy Monday! xo

9 comments:

Mary Pat Siehl said...

thanks for sharing this!

PeggyS said...

Consultants make no commission off this one.....100% of the proceeds from this stamp will go to American Red Cross efforts in Japan

Tammy said...

That's a great cause. Thanks for sharing the link!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, how wonderful! It's a pretty set, too. That's a very nice gesture for a worthwhile cause. Thank you for pointing it out, Margie.

ScrappnBee said...

Thanks for sharing! Japan is dafinately a cause worth donating towards!

ellen s. said...

that is so great! i love seeing so many companies reaching out

Connie said...

What a great thing to do and a great Company!!!
Thanks Margie!!!

Rbarakat said...

Awesome ! And so glad you were able to spend some time with your dads friends and be able to reminisce!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

What an awesome thing to do! Thanks for sharing this Margie! I will PM you :)