Operation Christmas Child

With everything going on last week, getting two books off to the publishers and working on new licensing collections for Something to Cherish®, I am very happy that I was able to find some time to finish packing my shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child!

This is a very special ministry to my family and me. What a joy it is to prepare a box of love that will be delivered to a child that is underprivileged and suffering in this life! No child should be without, especially when we can help provide simple and heartfelt gifts like this. Americans are blessed with so many material goods. It is the least we can do to share with families that are struggling to make ends meet whether they are in a hurricane disaster area on our U.S. coasts or survivors of wars in Africa and Iraq.

Each box has fun toys, hygiene items, school supplies and most importantly art supplies and musical instruments.

If you want to learn more about this cool way to give, check out samaritanspurse.org.Operation Christmas Child

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About Cherish Flieder

Cherish Flieder is an internationally-featured artist, designer, creative entrepreneur, and award-winning children’s book illustrator. Cherish’s designs have been seen in fashion apparel, books, magazines, greeting cards, gifts, crafts and more. She is the creator of Something to Cherish®, an artistic brand that joyfully connects with the hearts of women through her original watercolor mixed-media artwork on pre-treasured gifts, home decor, fashion accessories, and keepsakes. Cherish is also the founder of the art licensing community ArtLicensingShow.com. She regularly teaches marketing, illustration, design, and technology at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. Connect with Cherish on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Google + and LinkedIn.

1 Comment

  1. Duni on November 30, 2008 at 10:16 am

    Hi!
    I’ve participated the last two years in this campaign, which we also have here in Germany!
    I’ve written about it on my blog too…to spread the word and make more people become aware of how they can help!

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