Socially conscious stationery company announces a collection of whimsical invitation cards catering to theme parties

Online PR News – 23-October-2013 – San Francisco, CA – Soulful Moon, the socially conscious stationery company is pleased to announce a collection of whimsical invitation cards catering to children’s theme parties.

Soulful Moon offers ethno-chic invitations and greeting cards that include bridal, baby announcements, holiday and much more- and will now feature custom party invitations and coordinating accessories. Designs include cupcakes, mermaids, magic shows, cowboy and tea parties they are sure to be a hit with any invited guest at your next party. Pricing ranges from $2.50 per card to $1.35 per card for orders greater than 150 cards with a 100% consumer guarantee.

For every order, the company also donates a portion to charity.  Some of the efforts they have supported since Soulful Moon launched include Feeding America, Project Night Night, Project FEED, “Schools On Wheels” benefitting homeless children, ARC's Japan Earthquake Relief, Girl Effect Project, among others. In addition, the company respects the environment as many of their papers contain sustainable raw materials, recycled content and are FSC certified. 

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Founded in 2010, Soulful Moon is a socially conscious stationery business that donates a portion of every transaction to charity. Soulful Moon’s collections of stationery caters to weddings, bridal and baby showers, kids events, graduations, photo card birth announcements, save the dates, corporate events, religious functions, any more.

The mission behind the company includes quality and social commitments. A key motive for starting this business was to give back. With every order, every customer allows the company to make a difference. Since their formal launch, Soulful Moon has helped provide healthcare for children and adults in need (via the Children’s Clinic, Long Beach & the Umma Clinic), sponsored 1,000 lunches for San Francisco’s homeless population (via Project Feed), and raised money to help the poor in economically depressed countries (via the Hidaya Foundation), among others.  With their consumers continued support, they hope to make a real and lasting impact on the community at large.