5 Feb

KOLAR DESIGN MAKES FIVE-YEAR COMMITMENT TO CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S ANNUAL VALENTINE’S DAY CARD CAMPAIGN


CINCINNATI (February 5, 2020) – Kolar Design, an award-winning brand innovation company based in Cincinnati celebrating 30 years this year, is announcing its Kolar: Art for Heart campaign, a five-year commitment to Cincinnati Children’s annual Valentine’s Day initiative. As a part of the campaign, Kolar will co-create cards with local artists and match every gift made to Cincinnati Children’s between now and Valentine’s Day up to a total of $20,000 each year over the next five years.

Last year, nearly 500,000 e-cards and thousands of printed cards were delivered to patients at Cincinnati Children’s. Again this year, through a partnership with RPI Graphic Data Solutions, cards will be printed and distributed to patients during the first week of February and on Valentine’s Day. This personalized art experience provides a tangible gift to children going through a tough time, helping them feel supported and cared for by the community, and from friends around the world.


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In the work we do, we know the importance of providing hope and conveying compassion. Cincinnati Children’s has continued to be a legacy client for us, and this campaign allows us to brighten the lives of those that need it most, and we just couldn’t think of a better way to do that than through this annual giving.
— Kelly Kolar, President, and Founder of Kolar Design

The Kolar: Art for Heart campaign is part of Kolar Design’s thirtieth-year celebration and is a testament to its continued commitment to the arts and giving back to the community.

To send a card to a patient, follow this link to Cincinnati Children’s website, fill out the necessary information, and pick from one of the available designs. There is no limit to how many can be sent. Only first names will be printed on the cards, and they will be distributed at random to the patients. After sending a card, the page for sending a monetary gift to Cincinnati Children’s will pop up.