Project Paper Doll is a super cool way to own an original piece of art and help support Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. To see this Ebay hosted auction, click here. Check out the wooden version of the familiar Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital logo that has each been decorated by various national and local celebrities. This is just the coolest gift idea – one to proudly display and will be a conversation piece for many decades. It the perfect answer to the question “They have everything, what do I get them?” It will also be their answer to the question “what is the coolest present you received this past Holiday?”
I love everything about this campaign. It combines awareness of Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, celebrity creativity, art work at a reasonable price point and charitable giving on all sides. There are different artists’ paper dolls going up each week between now and Christmas. Go to Ebay, bid high and feel good! 59 celebrities from around the country are participating!
Here is the Copy from the Site:
Through PROJECT PAPER DOLL, The Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt reminds us that tomorrow can be a better day – every day – when we all work together to combine inspiration, innovation and knowledge to “Make Something Happen.”
In its second year, PROJECT PAPER DOLL has enlisted “A-list” artists and celebrities from around the country to create one-of-a-kind pieces of art using wooden “paper dolls” – the signature of the Children’s Hospital logo. The dolls will be auctioned on eBay starting November 28, concluding December 17, 2008.
PROJECT PAPER DOLL is about making children smile, helping families succeed, turning lives around and ensuring that tomorrow will be a better day, every day.