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Holiday greeting cards sale benefits rural poor

Holiday-themed cards designed by children are for sale through RCMA, a Christian migrant association.

Redlands Christian Migrant Association

Holiday-themed cards designed by children are for sale through RCMA, a Christian migrant association.


The Redlands Christian Migrant Association is selling Christmas cards featuring art by children of low-income families. The children, including some from the RCMA Wimauma Academy in south Hillsborough County, drew designs like snowmen, poinsettias and holiday palm trees.

Proceeds from the sale benefit RCMA, which operates three charter schools and 70 child care centers serving Florida's rural poor, including two charter schools and 19 child care centers in the Tampa Bay area.

Prices are $15 for a pack of 10 cards; $150 for 100; $350 for 250; or $650 for 500. Also available are general cards for individual purchases, and exclusive cards for companies and other large buyers.

The deadline to order exclusive cards is Dec. 15. General note cards and stationery are also available.

For information, call Judy Brill toll-free at 1-800-282-6540, ext. 242. To order cards online, visit and click "How You Can Help."

Times staff

Holiday greeting cards sale benefits rural poor 12/06/13 [Last modified: Friday, December 6, 2013 6:42pm]
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