TPH Launches Greeting Card Campaign

Jon Robinson
September 24, 2009

THP Greeting CardsFood-assistance programs across Canada will receive 100 percent of the net proceeds from The Printing House’s Seasonal Greeting Card campaign, which last year raised more than $70,000.

For more than 15 years, The Printing House (TPH) has produced seasonal greeting cards in support of various registered Canadian charities. Because the entire production of the greeting cards is donated, including artwork, stock and printing, TPH is able to give 100 percent of the selling price to the chosen charities.  The cards, starting at $1.35 each, can be imprinted with standard greetings, blank or customized with a personal message.

This year, the Toronto-based company has chosen to fight hunger and will donate the proceeds to food programs – run by organizations like the Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre, Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation, HomeBridge Youth Society and the Daily Bread Food Bank – in Canadian cities that hold TPH operations. The company, which donated $70,742.12 to the selected 2008 charities, has 70 locations across Canada.

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