America’s oldest greeting card company is taking the initiative to give everyone a chance to connect during uncertain times.
Hallmark Cards has begun a campaign to donate one million greeting cards as a way to “encourage people to send to friends, family and others who now, more than ever, need to feel loved and supported.”
Anyone in the continental U.S. can go to the Hallmark CareEnough page and sign up to receive a free three-card pack while supplies last. No purchase is necessary.
“Hallmark has been in the business of caring for more than 100 years, so lending a hand to help others connect is part of our DNA,” said Lindsey Roy, CMO of Hallmark, in a company statement. “During a time of unprecedented social distancing, we hope these cards will be shared across neighborhoods, towns and the country to help lift spirits.”
Visit the Hallmark CareEnough page to learn more and to request your free cards.