Supported Charities

Animals and the Environment
Click on the logos to see available cards supporting each charity.

Holiday cards supporting Homeless Pets   Homeless Pets. Through spay, neuter and adoption programs, animal shelters nationwide work tirelessly toward the goal of bringing about a time when there are no more homeless pets. Proceeds from the sale of homeless pets cards support community-based efforts to find homes for all homeless pets and to provide life-long special care to abused and/or abandoned animals that are not readily adopted.
  Environmental Defense Fund is dedicated to protecting the environmental rights of all people, including future generations. Among these rights are clean air, clean water, healthy, nourishing food and a flourishing ecosystem. Environmental Defense Fundworks to create solutions that win lasting political, economic and social support because they are bipartisan, efficient and fair.
EcoHealth_alliance   EcoHealth Alliance (formerly called Wildlife Trust) empowers local conservation scientists worldwide to protect nature and safeguard ecosystems and human health. WT is a conservation innovator with an international network of scientists working to address the link between ecological disruption of habitats and the effects on wildlife, livestock and human health.

Give Mother Earth a Holiday Gift: Remember, Good Cause Greetings are eco-friendly, too!

Unlike most card companies that feature a small collection of "green" products, every Good Cause Greetings card is earth-friendly. From the day the first card was printed, chlorine-free recycled paper has been used exclusively. Paper is sourced from an assortment of mills but it all meets very strict criteria:

  • All paper is recycled and certified by both FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative). No chlorine is used in the production of Good Cause Greetings' paper stock.

  • The ink that provides the bold, bright colors is soy based.

  • There is no foil, glitter or other unnatural treatments on Good Cause Greetings charity cards. That makes the finished cards totally recyclable as well.

  • Using recycled fibers and eliminating chlorine in the production process is the right thing to do. As a result, tiny blemishes in the paper stock may be visible. If you see a small blemish, think of it as a seal of approval from Mother Nature.