This is a sponsored guest post from Reed and Barton.
It’s rare to come across a charity purchase that helps people in need help themselves, but the Reed and Barton Gifts for a Cause project does just that in a unique and special way.
This collection of hand-blown and heirloom quality gifts feature designs by young patients in the Children’s Art Project at MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital, handsomely recreated and gift boxed for holiday giving. These gifts are empowering to the giver, the gift recipient, as well as the child artists themselves, as a portion of the proceeds from the sale of these gifts return to MD Anderson Cancer Center to fund patient-focused programs that ease and enrich the lives of young patients.
Some of the charming gifts include:
- Santa Angel Ornament by Victor, featuring a whimsical winged Santa flying in a starry sky on a stunning teardrop-shaped glass ornament
- Santa Angel Snowglobe by Victor finds Santa Angel dodging falling snowflakes to the tune of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” in a globe atop a gleaming, tarnish-resistant silver-plated base.
- Bethlehem Ornament by Carlo, a bright and colorful street scene in the Holy City, backed by a dramatic black sky. 14-year-old Carlo’s design encircles an egg-shaped hand-blown glass ornament that glistens with glittery and Swarovski Elements, and is topped with a Reed and Barton coat of arms charm.
For Woman Tribune Readers ONLY!
For a limited time, when you purchase any item from the Reed and Barton Gifts for a Cause collection, you will receive the Santa Angel by Victor silver-plated ornament FREE with code MDGIFT.
The Santa Angel ornament must first be added to your cart. Once it is added to your cart, the retail price ($25) will be subtracted from your order. Offer valid while supplies last.
About MD Anderson Children’s Art Project
The MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital’s Children’s Art Project has helped generate more than $30 million in worldwide sales toward programs that benefit over 26,000 pediatric cancer patients and their families.