Catholic Charities dinner plate in the mail!

Several years ago, I sponsored a marathon runner through the Catholic Charities Foundation. Ever since then, I've received their mailings. I could have been more earth-minded and asked to be removed from the list, but it's generally creative stuff so I didn't.

Here's the most recent piece, shown in three parts. The first is the #10 envelope-sized item that came in the mail. (Click to enlarge.)

The second is what you see once you release the sticker tabs and unfold the "envelope." It reads, "For a local homeless family, this could be today's only meal."

The third is the flip-side, which says, "You can't have a home cooked meal if you don't have a home."

I know I said I've enjoyed CCF's mailings in the past, but, honestly, it didn't matter who sent this to me - there is no way I could keep myself from opening an intriguing piece like this.

I imagine quite a few readers withdrew the donation envelope and filled it out.


Marcus Goodyear November 9, 2009 at 10:26 AM  

I forwarded this our director of development. What a great mail out!

Sam Van Eman November 10, 2009 at 1:57 PM  

It does spark the creative process.

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