About Us

Like many people, I like to send greetings that benefit non-profit organizations, but these cards can be hard to find.  In 2006 I decided to launch a site called CardsThatGive.org to help individuals and businesses find greetings that help charities.

In 2016 we changed the site’s name to GreetForGood.org, a name that more accurately reflects the variety of greetings — including e-cards, tribute cards, and tribute inserts — that we feature.

GreetForGood.org’s audience continues to grow.  Hundreds of thousands of motivated shoppers – including corporations and other businesses throughout the country — have sought out our site to look for charitable greetings, generating thousands of orders for the charities we promote.

GreetForGood.oReal Simple November 2012rg has been featured in articles in Real Simple Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and other magazines, as well as newspapers in Chicago, Denver, Hartford, Minneapolis, Orlando, Austin, Fort Worth, and Milwaukee, among other cities.

Our site has appeared in U.S. News & World Report online and other online publications, and has been highlighted on sites such as Cool Mom Picks and Kim Komando.

It makes sense to buy products that help worthy organizations.  I hope you find greetings you like here.  If not, please visit again soon.

Anne Furse

Frequently Asked Questions

Our nonprofit sells cards.  Can you include information about them on GreetForGood.org?

I think our organization’s cards meet your criteria.  How do I apply to be added to the site?

Our charity is considering offering holiday cards next season.  What kinds of cards sell best on your site?

I produce and sell my own cards and donate the proceeds to a charity.   Can you list my cards on your site?

I think my art would look appealing on a holiday card.  Do any nonprofits accept art submissions?