Laura's Greetings: How One Woman With Down Syndrome Is Spreading Joy One Creative Card at a Time by 30Seconds Health

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When was the last time you received a card in the mail that warmed your heart? Let someone know you care with an artful greeting card, while also empowering those with disabilities to share their talents and abilities. Open your heart and send someone a card from Laura’s Greetings to honor World Down Syndrome Day, which was on March 21, 2019. A portion of your purchase covers the adoption fees of a child with special needs.

For birthdays, thank yous, congrats, well wishes and holidays, these one-of-a-kind cards were the starting creation of Laura, a 41-year-old artist with Down syndrome. Every Laura's Greetings card is designed by an individual with an intellectual disability like Down syndrome or autism.

Card snobs will love the high-end cardstock and witty puns that accompany Laura’s artwork. Also, you’re sure to score some brownie points somewhere for slipping a card (or two) in the snail mail. Cards are sold individually and in convenient packs and Laura has a card club subscription so you can share some new puns each month!

Laura’s Card Club offers:

  • Two professional greeting cards designed by individuals with Down syndrome or autism.
  • Matching envelopes.
  • Two stamps.
  • Free U.S. shipping. 

Be part of Laura’s Greetings' mission by sharing the talent of people with intellectual disabilities. For more information, visit LaurasGreetings.com.

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How wonderful! Truly inspiring, thank you.

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