This season, we’ve had the pleasure of exploring classic holiday tales like The Nutcracker and A Christmas Carol with Daz Original bundles featuring beloved characters and scenes. With your help, we were able to spread the holiday cheer even further with the limited-time A Christmas Carol Mega Bundle, with 10% of the bundle’s proceeds donated to Make-A-Wish International.
About Make-A-Wish International
Make-A-Wish has been granting life-changing wishes for children and families for over 40 years. It began in 1980 in the United States, when a Phoenix community came together to grant the wish of a 7-year-old boy battling leukemia. The Foundation expanded to create Make-A-Wish International in 1993 and now helps to serve in nearly 50 countries across 5 continents.
Today, Make-A-Wish has granted more than 500,000 wishes for children with critical illnesses, with over 43,000 global volunteers. These wishes have proven physical and emotional benefits that offer these children a higher chance of survival, and have a far-reaching, positive impact on their families and communities.
You Helped Fund Future Wishes
A Christmas Carol Mega Bundle was a fun way to explore a reimagining of the timeless tale of the miserly curmudgeon, Scrooge, and his redemptive journey with help from the Ghosts of Christmas. We had a great time putting this festive collection together, and we’re glad you enjoyed it along with us.
Thanks to your support, we’ve had the opportunity to play a small role in bringing hope, strength, and joy to children in need this holiday season. Cheers!
Daz has donated to a variety of organizations that our team and customers are passionate about, and we will continue to do so. If there’s one in particular that you’d like us to highlight in an upcoming render contest (like our Movember or International Women’s Day contests) or Daz Original bundle, drop it in the comments.
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