The "Card Room" at Arkansas Children's Hospital is as busy as Santa's workshop.
An army of volunteers with the ACH Auxiliary is stacking, sorting, folding and shipping out thousands of holiday cards you won't find anywhere else.
"They're all done by children who've been patients of the hospital, so they all have a story," said Toni Moutos, Chair of the Holiday Card Project.
Sophie Reynolds' snowman card is among big sellers this year.
"I thought I'd draw something simple, so that everybody with like it," said Reynolds.
The 9-year-old first visited Arkansas Children's Hospital at a week old when she was treated for jaundice and a high fever.
"I just want to help out the other kids who are here," she said.
The Holiday Card Project has grown leaps and bounds since it began 45 years ago. This year's goal is to raise $70-thousand for ACH through the sale of the cards.
"This money all goes back tot he hospital," said Moutos. "It all goes back to touch a family or a child in this hospital."
For Reynolds, giving back is a calling. "To whom much has been given, much is expected," she said.
You have until Dec. 14th to order the cards, or you can find them at several local retailers.
Click here to learn more or to place an order or call (501) 364-1259.