Introducing scratch-offs for a cause!
Have you ever given a lottery ticket to someone for a birthday gift or stocking stuffer or secret Santa gift exchange? Why is this such a popular gift idea? Because EVERYONE loves to scratch. What if you could scratch for a good cause, and be GUARANTEED to win? With our Give Love Social Good Scratch-offs, you can do just that!
How it works:
1. With each box purchase, 25% of the proceeds (total income we receive) are donated evenly between three non-profit organizations.
2. Your box includes six assorted cards. Give them to friends and family, and don't forget to include a penny!
3. Scratching the heart reveals one of three icons. Each icon represents a donation. No action needs to be taken either by you or the recipient... the donation's already been made. Huzzah!
Give Love Cards are perfect for stockings, mailing with a greeting card, gift exchanges with your co-workers, and even Valentine's Day classroom exchanges!
Insider tip: Want to rig it so that your animal loving friend receives the animal rescue donation? No problem! There's a secret code on the back of each card. A1= Animal Rescue, A2=Red Cross, A3=Food Bank.
FIVE fun ways to use GIVE LOVE Cards:
1. Use as stocking stuffers, or send out with your Christmas cards during the holidays.
2. Kids love to scratch, which makes these wonderful for classroom gift / card exchanges. If you're looking for a wonderful way to instill mindfulness and a heart of giving with your school-grade children or grandchildren, these are such a fun way to do that!
3. Add one to the top of a gift! Cards include a "To/From" area on the inside, which makes these perfect substitutes to a gift tag or enclosure card.
4. Enclose a "GIVE LOVE" scratch-off in your holiday photo cards for a fun way to share the love with friends and family. They'll think you're pretty fabulous, and they will have the benefit of being a part of something bigger than themselves!
5. Give cards to co-workers. Leave a scratch-off at the desk of your co-workers to spread good cheer around the Christmas or Valentine's Day holiday.
What are some other tips you have for merchandising your cards? Let us know!