Order Holiday Cards
During the months of November and December the Regional Food Bank offers the unique Holiday Gift Alternative program.
This program offers people an opportunity to provide a special tribute gift to family, friends or business associates – in lieu of giving each of them a more traditional holiday present. For a minimum donation of $5.00 per Gift. the Food Bank will send a special Holiday card to the designated recipient notifying them of the special and unique endowment made in their name.
The cover art for the seven specially designed holiday cards is displayed below. We also have downloadable cards available.
To donate and select the Gift Alternative card style
To pay by credit card: Select the DONATE NOW button located in the upper right side of thehome page. At the Program Designation box – select Donation – To Give as Gift. Fill in all the key information boxes. If you have a special message that you would like us to include in the card that we will send to the recipient, please be sure to type it into the box provided below the “Dedication” section. Also click on Send Dedication Acknowledgement.
If you prefer to pay by check: Please mail your donation check, your completed brochure, and your list of recipients to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, located at 965 Albany-Shaker Road, Latham, New York 12110.
The seven cards available for order are shown here.
If you made a donation to the Regional Food Bank of NENY as an alternative to giving a holiday gift, feel free to download and print as many acknowledgement cards as you need.
All four designs look great printed in color or in black & white. Simply click the link, print the file to a letter-sized (8.5″ x 11″) sheet of paper and fold per the diagram on the right.
Gift Basket | Download
The Family Table | Download
Giving Hands | Download
Winter’s Sleigh | Download
Winter’s Sleigh (blank inside) | Download
Again, thank you from the Regional Food Bank. Your gift will help provide nutritious food all year long to food pantries and other charitable agencies feeding hungry people in 23 counties of northeastern New York.