Party and Wedding Favors
Getting married? In lieu of traditional wedding favors many couples today honor their guests by making a monetary donation to the Lupus Alliance of America, Long Island/Queens Affiliate.
We will provide you with a printed donation card (5 ½ x 4 ¼ ) to give to your guests.
The cards contain your name, date of the occasion, and the LAA, LI/Q name. The minimum order is 50 cards for $100.00.
- 50 cards minimum donation $100
- 75 cards minimum donation $125
- 100 cards minimum donation $150
- 125 cards minimum donation $175
- 150 cards minimum donation $200
- 175 cards minimum donation $225
- 200 cards minimum donation $250
Cards must be ordered at least 30 days in advance.
Many have chosen to place one 8 ½ X11 decorative sheet (view sample) on each table with the same information as above. The minimum donation is $50.00 for 12 sheets. Additional sheets are $2.00 each.
These cards are also available for showers, christenings, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, special birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
We must ask for a minimum donation to cover costs of printing, while still earning money to help fund our support, educational and research programs. Any amount over the minimum is, of course, gratefully accepted and appreciated.
In addition to the cards, you may also present your guests with a purple lupus ribbon pin or a “Life Without Lupus” bracelet. The prices below would be added to the price above for the favors themselves. For instance, 100 favor cards with 100 bracelets would be $225.00
- 75 bracelets $50
- 75 ribbon pins $100
- 100 bracelets $75
- 100 ribbon pins $125
- 125 bracelets $100
- 125 ribbon pins $150
- 150 bracelets $125
- 150 ribbon pins $175
- 175 bracelets $150
- 175 ribbon pins $200
- 200 bracelets $175
- 200 ribbon pins $225
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Lupus of Long Island/Queens is a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization incorporated under the State of New York. A copy of our latest Annual Report may be obtained, upon request, from the Lupus Alliance or from the Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, New York 10271.