The air is chilly, the mood is merry, and the lights are out and sparkling. What a joy it is to have the holidays upon us once again. This is the time to give back and share the love and blessings we have received this year, as it is what the true spirit of Christmas is.
This Christmas, Hallmark is inviting you to celebrate the season with the gift of love and care.
In hopes to bring holiday cheer to street children, Hallmark is partnering with PhilSeven Foundation, convenience store 7-Eleven’s charity arm, through ‘Gulong ng Karunungan’ (GNK) project. This is a mobile school project that aims to provide education to the less fortunate street children of select local cities in the Philippines. Over the past years, GNK has helped augment the learning, supplemental feeding, and basic medical needs of over 2,000 disadvantaged youth, comprised mostly of out-of-school children and informal settlers from identified city beneficiaries.
What’s nice about this project is that we can all be a part of it. All we need to do is to to purchase any Hallmark product from 7-Eleven like Gift Wrappers, Gift Bags, Gift Tags and other Christmas products. A portion of the sales will be donated directly to support GNK project. Ang gaganda ng Hallmark products! You can use it to wrap your gift to your loved ones. The headbands naman, you can wear on Noche Buena!
Make this season shine by celebrating it, too, with people outside your home. And when you care enough to give back, Hallmark believes that the smiles and joy of children in need are more than enough to warm your heart and make your Christmas, the merriest ever.
Hallmark Christmas products are also available in all leading bookstores and select online shops.
arlene bejosano says
nice collaboration. showing the real essence of christmas giving, sharing helping hands. 👌 god bless You
Rojean mae Lamsin says
Nice advocacy naman talaga maraming napapasayang kids
Joan bejosano says
Wow Ang daming napasayang mga Bata Ang sarap tingnan nila super enjoy
Roselyn A Jose says
Good job! Tuwang tuwa mga kids