Give mom kid-designed “refrigerator art” and saves lives this Mother’s Day.

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, which means many of us are looking for ways to let the moms in our life know how much they mean to us. Many give material gifts like flowers, jewelry or perfume to show moms how important they are to us, and annually, Americans spend close to $15B on Mother’s Day gifts.

This year, the students at Alamo Elementary School wanted to use their talents to make a difference for children in need on Mother’s Day. The students drew and painted creative pictures of “What Love Looks Like” and sent them to us. We used four pieces of artwork, created by kids aged 7-10, to create Mother’s Day e-cards that will support the care of orphans. 100% of each $20 e-card will be designated to the program for orphans led by our 2010 Humanitarian Honoree, Leonor Portela, and Misioneros Del Camino, a home in Guatemala providing food, education and a home to orphaned and abandoned children.

Since the moms you know are dedicated to providing the kids in their lives with the most love and care possible, isn’t providing hope to a child in need one of the best ways to express how much you value their hard work, sacrifice and devotion? If you’d like to see all the e-cards designed by these students and our team, you can view and purchase them here.

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