2016 Holidays, Brands with a Cause, Gift Guides, Healthy Living, Kids

Holiday gifts that support children with cancer

This content was sponsored by MD Anderson Cancer Center but all thoughts and opinions are my own. #ad

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For several weeks I have been bringing you fun gift ideas for my 2016 Holiday Gift Guide. This feature is one of the most precious and important gift ideas I will be sharing with you this season. Along with gift guides I feature throughout the year, I also feature brands with a cause. When I have a choice to purchase a unique gift, I want my dollars to give back and support brands like Children’s Art Project at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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Children’s Art Project at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has gifts featuring artwork from pediatric patients at MD Anderson are available to purchase online. Net proceeds from the sale of art-inspired merchandise help fund pediatric education and creative arts programs as well as support groups and camps.

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I wanted to see for myself the quality of such artwork so that I can help you understand what arrives to you. First of all, when you browse the website, you may find just how difficult it is to choose. The artwork is so precious and you want to support the art of every artist, but with over 50 artists to choose from you will eventually narrow down the perfect gift and design to purchase. I received artwork from MD Anderson pediatric cancer patients Ksenia and Michelle. I have a precious ornament, cutting board set and night shirt.

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When browsing all of the great gifts, you can find the following products:

  • Apparel: aprons, tees, onesies, scarves, ties, bib, nightshirt
  • Cards: assorted birthday, notecards, collections, contribution cards, notepads
  • Gifts: towels, potholders, totes, trays, bookmarks, umbrellas, soap, tumbler, cutting board and more
  • Jewelry: necklaces and charms

Prices run from $4 to under $60 with so many different products to help fulfill that shopping gift list of yours. More than just a memento of a gift that you know will be treasured by your recipient, the art that goes into these projects provides much more to the kids.

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Participating in art projects while in treatment is therapeutic and healing and the kids feel that the art classes help them. Be sure to check out more from Children’s Art Project and get 20% off by using the coupons code HEALTHY20 at checkout!

This content was sponsored by MD Anderson Cancer Center but all thoughts and opinions are my own. #ad

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