Gift giving is such a special tradition. We here at Reed & Barton feel so blessed to be a part of so many people’s holidays that that we wanted to create a way to do even more for others at Christmas time. It’s for this reason that Reed & Barton partnered with MD Anderson Cancer Center to offer gifts that not only lend themselves to Christmas celebrations, but whose proceeds also help fund programs to enrich and ease the lives of young patients.
Our MD Anderson Cancer Center gifts aren’t just for the children; they are designed by the children in conjunction with Anderson’s Children’s Art Project. Each of these heirloom-quality Reed & Barton ornaments and snow globe feature the design of a young patient. Founded in 1973, the program has helped generate more than $30 million in worldwide sales toward programs that benefit pediatric cancer patients and their families.
This year, why not give a gift that will keep on giving by purchasing a gift for a cause? Take for example our silverplated ornament, Santa Angel by Victor. The gleaming silverplated Santa is highlighted with rich enamel accents and sparkling Swarovski Elements. Victor’s Santa Angel in flight is also featured in a whimsical Christmas Snow Globe. The snow globe’s silver plate base is richly studded with golden stars and signed by Victor.
View these and other MD Anderson Children’s Art Project pieces by special gifts and other patients, including Carlo, Carrington, and Anabel. Whether purchased to enjoy in your own home, or as a gift for another family, these lovely Christmas keepsakes will be cherished for years to come. If you have been looking for a way to support the work of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, it has never been easier.
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