Today we are incredibly excited to announce that we have produced a coloring book (with the help of Fairbanks artist Brianna Reagan) to help us share our message of gratitude with young and old alike.
You are invited to an open house on April 26th where we will celebrate your efforts to spread a culture of gratitude in Fairbanks and give you a behind-the-scenes look at how your cards are produced.
Thanks Fairbanks gets a boost from the West Valley cheerleaders
When Lacy Church, a cheer coach at West Valley High School, volunteered to bring some cheerleaders to Date-Line to help us stuff the February Thanks Fairbanks distribution I thought it was such a cool idea. And then I panicked: how is this going to work with that many people?! My parents have been stuffing the Thanks Fairbanks mailing for the … Read More
Willow Heath Honors Her Fairbanks Roots With Thanks Fairbanks Art
When I came across Willow Heath on Instagram I instantly fell in love with her work. Willow is an artist and art instructor living in the Seattle area, but I remember her from our days at West Valley High School here in Fairbanks. In December of 2013 she posted a photo of a funny little robot drawing she had done … Read More
Jamie Smith Shares His Amazing Art With Thanks Fairbanks
Once we saw the beautiful art Jamie created we did something we’ve never done before and featured a single design in our November distribution. Nearly 600 subscribers were each sent 3 of these amazing cards.