A crafty way to help Easter Seals!

I have a confession to make: I’m a closet crafter. Or maybe I’m more of a wannabe extreme crafter. Either way, it’s embarrassing that I browse every aisle in a craft store, even if I know exactly what I need. My family is a little weirded out that now all their birthday gifts are homemade. And Pinterest has only fueled this fire, my friends!

Crafts are fun to talk and write about, which is why I love working with A.C. Moore during April. For the third year, A.C. Moore is helping Easter Seals by supporting Make the First Five Count and Act for Autism through a register donation program and “Make and Take” crafting event.

A.C. Moore launched this campaign as part of its Crafting a Better World program in 2010, and since then customers and store team members have raised more than $300,000 for Easter Seals!

There are still a couple weeks left to visit your local store and donate $1 at checkout. (And don’t forget to thank your cashier for helping Make the First Five Count!) We also hope you can come to the in-store “Make and Take” craft event this Saturday, April 21st. There, you can buy a t-shirt and then decorate it for free to show your support for Make the First Five Count and kids with autism.

If you love crafting, or just want a fun way to help, check out the event and let us know what you think!


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  1. Easter Seals Blog » Blog Archive » Crafting a Better World Says:

    […] know how much I love crafting from my April blog post, when I talked about A.C. Moore’s register donation program and Make n’ Take crafting event. […]

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