Have you heard about Crops of Luv? Crops of Luv is a non-profit organization that creates scrapbooks for critically-ill children, usually after they have completed a Wish trip or experience. Provo Craft is proud to be a friend and sponsor of such a great organization. Here is what Co-founders, Jody McNelis & Roberta Baker, had to say:
“We would not be able to do what we do without Provo Craft on our side. Where do we begin?! Provo Craft has been so supportive of what we do. Over the past year we have had several donations of productsz and supplies from the Creative Xpress online store (FIVE palates to be exact!!!) as well as a NEW Cricut Imagine with several ink refills, E2 Machines, a Gypsy, several cartridges, a Cuttlebug, AND even a new Expression for our satellite group in Canada.
We use our Provo Craft supplies constantly. Our machines work on overdrive making embellishments for the albums we make. We expect to make 250 albums this year so having enough to go in each album is an ongoing task that is ONLY possible through the hundreds of hours of volunteer time and our TRUSTY Cricut Expression, Cricut E2 and Cricut Imagine machines.
But Provo Craft has given MORE than just supplies to our fledgling organization. Their staff has served as mentors to help grow our volunteer base and support our efforts as an organization. We never claim to be GREAT business minds. We are crafters and scrapbookers that have a passion for preserving the memories of the Wish families we serve. Without business-minded mentors like the staff at Provo Craft we would not be able to continue to grow and offer our services to more families each year.
We could go on and on! Crops of Luv means everything to our fellow board members and us and to have a company that has such amazing product support what we do is more than we ever thought possible. There aren’t enough words to convey how grateful we are for the support and ongoing relationship we have with Provo Craft. As we say when we REALLY LUV something at Crops of Luv…. Provo Craft ROCKS!”
To find out more about Crops of Luv, please visit their website by clicking HERE.