Join the Post-It Project

post-it note art

Everyone has been touched by cancer in some way in their life…and almost everyone has touched a post-it note at some point (if not everyday) in their life. We are creating a wall of art from around the world — made by you!! — as a memorial, testimony, and of hopes and courage to all those affected by cancer.

No artistic talent necessary to join our Post-It Project!  No matter where you live, simply create a tiny piece of art on post-it note and send it in to us with a $5 donation. And then invite others to contribute!  OR create your post-it note, post it on Instagram with the hashtags #postitproject and #wellnesswithin and donate $5 online.

The goal:

  • To gather 700 post-it notes and display them on our wall as a means of inspiration, message of love, and hope for all.
  • To raise funds to help keep our services free

Pinterest Project Post-ItjpgNeed some inspiration to get you started? Create your post-it note…

  • in honor of someone
  • in honor of something inspirational to you
  • with doodles!
  • about what makes you happy
  • with a message. words work too.

Guidelines

  • any size or color post-it note
  • any medium of art accepted (paint, pencil, glitter, magazine cut outs, etc.)
  • please no nudity or profanity
  • include your first name and city, state on the back
  • mail in to Wellness Within with a $5 donation
    609 Oak St., Roseville CA 95678

 

With your help we can gather 700 post-it notes and create a Wall of Wellness — one that has been touched by and created for everyone around the world!!

And if you are a lover of Instagram and/or Pinterest, all post-it arts will be posted on our accounts.

 

Comments

  1. If you don’t mind, I just wanted to give my 2 children Christina and Neil and my son’s wife Jazmyn a great big hug and so much love and let them know how proud I am of them!!! Christina had spent the most time with her father. They all came out for their father Neil in the end of a horrific battle with squemma cell cancer. They gave him 6 months to live. He had such a will to live @ 57 yrs. He far surpassed that 6 months and lived a bout 1 1/2 yrs. after that. He also got to do a bucket list and took the kids and grandkids along for most of them. My children, well I can’t say enough good things about them and how I beam proudly just thinking of them and what they endured taking care of him in the end. (They took turns staying with him in the last few days.)
    Thank you,
    Love you so much,
    Mom

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