Eliana Cordoba recently re-launched her business I Love My Kids' Art, which includes a new program called Kids' Art for the Cure. This new program asks parents to donate their kids' artwork to help raise money to find a cure for cancer. The artwork will be enhanced, transformed and printed on note cards and other products to be sold through her online store and later in participant stores. I Love My Kids' Art will donate 100 percent of the profit to relevant foundations involved in this cause.
“I love every piece of artwork my kids bring home, and that is why I created this business,” Cordoba said. “And by adding the I Love My Kids’ Art program, I am also able to help support a great cause.”
Now is a great time to dig out all of that artwork that you did not have the heart to throw away.
“At end of the school year, we know kids are bringing home tons of artwork that parents may not know what to do with or what options are available,” Cordoba said. “This is a great way to use some of these art pieces to help a good cause.”
Cordoba started her business in Ohio, but had to put it on hold when she moved to Georgia two years ago. She recently decided to start it again but with a new approach and meaning. Kids' Art for the Cure is her way of giving back in support of friends and loved ones who have battled cancer.
“I was inspired by people very close to me battling cancer, and I decided to add a meaningful purpose to my business,” Cordoba said.
Cordoba has three major goals for her new business: value kids' art and promote it, teach kids that they can help a good cause through their drawings and paintings, and give back 100 percent of profit from the Kid’s Art for the Cure program to cancer foundations.
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