A. No, Compassion Cards is classified as a public charity under the 501 (c) (3) organizational codes. We want to maintain an environment of acceptance and love for people of all walks of life. We do not discriminate against anyone. We welcome people of all walks of life, religious views, ethnicities, and gender identifications.


Q. how is compassion cards funded?

A. Compassion Cards is primarily funded on a donor basis. This means that we are funded by monthly gifts, as well as one-time gifts, in order to continue in the work we do. If you're interested in becoming a financial partner, click the donate tab, located at the top-right of this page. 


Q. does compassion cards have any paid staff?

A. Currently, no. As of now, Compassion Cards is solely operated by volunteers. In the future, we hope to be able to expand our reach by hiring a team of dedicated and passionate employees, but we are proud of our volunteers, and so honored by the hard work they pour into this organization.


Q. Where is compassion cards located?

A. Our home base is in Norfolk, Virginia, but we can set up shop anywhere! 



A. We do, and we love to! If you're interested in having a Compassion Cards team do a presentation, or a hands-on workshop with your church, school, camp, work, extra-curricular group, or even a house party, give us a shout! We'd love to work with you.


Q. what is the purpose of compassion cards?

A. Our purpose is simply to embrace and empower humanity through the art of written words. Cards are so simple, yet so much power can be packed into each envelope. We believe that people already know what's wrong with them, but they need to hear what's right with them. We work, day in and day out, to ensure that as many people as possible will wake up each day knowing that they have purpose.