Crohn's Vaccine Benefit

March 20, 2015


This week Lucky Onion was given the amazing opportunity to step outside of our typical day in the stationery world and design a few original pieces for a very important cause. Glitz and Giggles Gala is an event being held to raise money for Crohn's Disease and the MAP vaccine that may be the cure. Jenny Ginther is the founder of the Gala, health advocate for Crohn's Disease, as well as a long time friend of Lucky Onion's creative director Cristy Fernandez. We had so much fun designing for the Glitz & Giggles Gala and wish all the best in its success!

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