Due to COVID 19 our print partner is closed. If you would like to place an order, we will contact you when we have an update on fulfillment.

Holiday Artwork Designed by CHOC Patients

At CHOC, we believe illness or injury shouldn’t put childhood on pause. Proceeds from the sale of these cards help kids get lifesaving care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can feel good knowing your donation is an investment in preserving the magic of childhood in Orange County and beyond.

  • Each box of cards includes 20 personalized cards and 20 premium envelopes.
  • All cards are made to order and will ship FREE via UPS Ground within five business days*
  • Interested in adding a family photo, your company logo, outer envelope addressing or special shipping? We are happy to help with your custom orders and special requests: call us at (714) 569-3350.

*Orders placed between Nov. 21st and Nov. 25th will not be processed until Nov. 26th.



I was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect while I was still in utero, and had my first surgery when I was five days old. Now, I am four years old, and love to play sports with my siblings and create art to raise money for kids like me!

See Maya's Card


When I was just a toddler, I was diagnosed with Morquio Syndrome, a rare metabolic disorder. There is still no cure, but that doesn’t stop me from doing what I love: playing with dinosaurs! During my weekly infusions, I play with dinos all the time and am a self-proclaimed paleontologist. Hopefully, we can find a cure for Morquio Syndrome one day, but I won’t stop trying to fundraise and raise awareness until then!

See Crosby's Card


I have been a CHOC kid since I was three months old when my parents learned that I had a rare type of cancer.  I went to multiple hospitals for treatment, but none knew how to help until CHOC! Now, I am seven years old and love cars, playing video games and going to theme parks.

See Ricky's Card
Kids Art

Palette Sponsorship

Bristol Farms – Yorba Linda

Paintbrush Sponsorship

CHOC Heart Institute
The Matros Family

Print Partner


Per IRS Revenue Ruling 67-246 the purchase of holiday cards is not considered a tax-deductible contribution.