Tree of Hope
Share more than warm holiday wishes this year with the purchase of this card. Proceeds from your purchase will support J/P Haitian Relief Organization, a nonprofit organization working to create better lives and a more sustainable future for the Haitian people. Drawn by a young student from Ecole de L’Espoir (School of Hope), a primary school managed by J/P HRO in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, this image captures the joy and hope of the holiday season. Your cards will be printed on luxe, 100% post consumer recycled paper and we’ll plant a tree in your honor with every order.
- Card Type:
- Flat Card
- Card Size:
- Cards 6.0" x 4.3" - Flat
- 130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
- White envelopes made from 100% post consumer recycled paper.
- Delivery Options:
Mailed For You
$0.30 plus the cost of the stamp
Shipped To You
$8.99 flat-rate (via Ground)
- Price Per Card:
Founded by actor and humanitarian Sean Penn, J/P HRO began its work just hours after the earthquake hit. Through his previous relief efforts � including experience rescuing hurricane victims and helping to rebuild New Orleans after hurricane Katrina � he had amassed a large network of emergency management and government contacts, whom he mobilized to take immediate action in Haiti. From J/P HRO?s very first days on the ground it was recognized as an agile and effective organization that spent its resources effectively. A year later, J/P HRO?s influence and achievements have increased significantly, precisely because the organization has maintained an agility and effective implementation of resources that maximizes impact and results for the Haitian people. J/P HRO?s goal is to help lift the nation of Haiti out of the rubble and give the Haitian people a better life. Our organization is dedicated to empowering Haitians to return to their previous lives, and to realize a more promising future. We envision a Haiti where a stable and sustainable standard of living can be achieved without dependence on outside organizations. J/P HRO employs nearly 300 staff, more than 90% of which are local Haitians. As the next phase of work in Haiti unfolds, we strive to continue to be leaders�finding new and more efficient ways of bringing relief and empowerment to the people of Haiti. jphro.org