Honor family members, friends, and colleagues by sending them Habitat Greensboro’s Holiday Card. This year’s artwork will be based upon the image show at right, which features children at the dedication of a Habitat Greensboro home.
Each card is a minimum of $5. All proceeds help to build homes, communities, and hope in Greensboro.
Card orders can be submitted by doing one of the following:
- Click here to download our Holiday Card order form and mail to:
- Click here to purchase cards online or to send a Holiday Honor Card to someone by donating on our secure website; or,
- Visit our Habitat Greensboro ReStore locations beginning November 6th to purchase your cards in-person. Our ReStores are located at:
Thank you! If you have any questions, please contact Kelley Elmore at 336-232-0131, email@example.com.
Just as this young lady shows God’s love through gracious hospitality, so too does Habitat seek to share God’s love with others in our community.
By participating in Habitat Greensboro’s Holiday Card program, you will be helping to share God’s love by creating safe, stable, and affordable housing here in Greensboro.
About the Artist:
The cover artwork was created by Greensboro artist and educator, Kara Elizabeth Lewis. After 12 years in the classroom she is now the Founder & CEO of Kara Elizabeth, LLC. Inspired by a Holistic and Transformative approach to Art Education, Kara uses creative expression to teach conscious living and peaceful practices. She continues to teach the formal study of visual art through portfolio development classes and private tutoring. Kara enjoys producing work in a variety of mediums including chalk and charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, and collage. She is currently accepting commissions and can be reached at 336-355-8290 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can view Kara’s work at www.artistkaraelizabeth.com or on FACEBOOK & Instagram @artist.karaelizabeth .
“I am inspired by Nature, Consciousness, and the beautiful vibration of Life-art and biology, people and culture, light-workers and peace-makers.” -KaraElizabeth