WHAT DO WE DO?
One Card at a Time is a voluntary association that distributes cards made by elementary school students in Chicago to local elderly facilities to combat the loneliness that many of the residents of the these shelters are feeling during these difficult times. Our mission is to brighten the day of as many senior citizens as we can one card at a time.
HOW DO YOU PARTICIPATE?
Make the card(s)
(as many as you want!)
Mail the card(s) to:
ONE CARD AT A TIME
4061 W. WARWICK AVE.
CHICAGO, IL 60641-3143
Take a look at some example cards...
Take 10 Minutes to Brighten Someone's Day!
WHO ARE WE?
Our names are Phoebe and Sinead, and we are the founders of One Card at a Time.
We have been best friends for six years and we decided to put our best idea of benefiting the world during the coronavirus into motion. Sinead and I agreed that we were both passionate about helping the elderly since we both have grandparents that we love very much. So, we made One Card at a Time!
Some extra notes:
Remember to say something personal about yourself! Include your favorite hobby, food, what you are doing during quarantine, etc.
Also, include your name, and your grade/age in the card!
Be creative and artistic!