Culture Greetings, a Black-owned tech startup, helps you send real greeting cards in the mail without leaving the house. In the wake of Coronavirus, greeting cards can bridge the gap created by social distancing.
Card Company Wants
You To Send Real
Cards In the Mail
In the wake of the Coronavirus, greeting cards can
bridge the gap created by social distancing.
Culture Greetings , an African American
greeting card company, allows users to
choose a greeting card, write a personal
note using handwriting fonts that mirror real
penmanship, and click "Send," which cues
the state-of-the-art printing press.
The company then prints and mails the card directly to the recipient
the following business day, saving customers a trip to the store.
In addition to greeting cards, the
company offers gift cards from
Amazon, Home Depot, iTunes, and
several other brands that can be
included in the mailing.
This crisis has caused mental anguish due to loss of employment,
significant event cancellations, such as graduations, proms, weddings,
and not being able to attend homegoing services due to mandated social
People are trying to adapt to this
new normal, from having to keep
six feet apart, to watching funeral
services live on social media.
Established in 2018
by Dr. Dionne Mahaffey, Culture
Greetings has a catalog of 1,500
greeting cards, with imagery
featuring Black and Brown people.
The company has created a Quarantine Cards collection that
offers sentiments as well as humor to help the community get
through this pandemic.
"Culture Greetings enables
customers to connect to those
they love without violating
The person receiving the card just has to take a short walk to
their mailbox, which in and of itself can be therapeutic."
says founder, Dr. Dionne
Send a card today: https://culturegreetings.com