All I Want for Christmas is a Cure: I See Me! Partners with the Children's Cancer Research Fund this Holiday
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Personalized publishing leader I See Me! proudly supports the Children's Cancer Research Fund (CCRF), a national organization that funds groundbreaking research to change children's lives.
To help spread Christmas joy to children in need, I See Me! has created an online letter submission page at www.iseeme.com/letters, where anyone can write and submit letters to children supported by the Children's Cancer Research Fund. In the third week of December, I See Me! will print and send hundreds (if not thousands) of letters to CCRF, where they will be delivered to children of all ages. For every fifty letters I See Me! receives, the company will donate a personalized edition of our newly launched holiday book, My Very Own Christmas, or a copy ofA Hanukkah Bear For Me to a child through CCRF.
Beginning November 1 st, I See Me! will donate a percent of every purchase to the national nonprofit. Donations to the Children's Cancer Research Fund can also be made from the I See Me! website (www.iseeme.com).
John Hallberg, Chief Executive Officer at Children's Cancer Research Fund, says, "For years, our friends at I See Me! have helped us to advance critical cancer breakthroughs. This holiday season, along with families across the country, they are helping to ensure that the brave children at the center of our mission feel confident, supported and loved."
Founded over sixteen years ago with a mission to make each child feel unique and special, I See Me! hopes to deliver uplifting messages to children in need, spreading joy and love this holiday.
"What better way to make a child feel special than to be showered with letters from people around the country?" says I See Me! President and Co-Founder Maia Haag. "Our website will make it easy for well-wishers to know just what to say by providing a suggested message to send, as well as the option to write their own personal message."
Along with supporting children nationwide, families can also spread Christmas spirit in their own homes with I See Me!'s new personalized children's book, My Very Own Christmas. In the book, Santa and his friends at the North Pole decide to decorate their tree with the name of a child who represents the spirit of Christmas, and celebrate the child's special qualities. Families can create a lasting keepsake by personalizing it with a child's name, gender, home town, birth date, and photo. Families will also be able to select whether Santa's skin tone will be light, medium, or dark in any Christmas book ordered through I See Me!'s website.
Help I See Me! spread the Christmas spirit to thousands of children this holiday by going to www.iseeme.com/letters, and support the Children's Cancer Research Fund. The difference is you.
Contact: Sammy Bosch, (612) 554-0853
Public Relations Specialist
SOURCE I See Me!