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HAS HEART + DESIGN DESIGN
Veterans + Artists United
Design Design is proud to partner with [HAS HEART], a nonprofit organization that unites talented
artists with wounded U.S. Veterans. Together, these two organizations collaborate to share
stories meant to inspire, motivate, and bless others.
The driving mission of [HAS HEART] is to provide a therapeutic creative outlet for Veterans,
enlist the creative community to utilize their talents to serve, and create a channel of
communication with the civilian population for these Veterans’ stories to be shared and better understood.
“THRU THE FIRE”
Back story behind the design: In 2005, U.S. Air Force Tech Sergeant Israel Del Toro’s Humvee
rolled over a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. 80 percent of his body was burned. Doctors said he’d never walk
again or breathe on his own. Against all odds, Del Toro left the hospital within three months and
again joined the Air Force becoming the first ever 100 percent combatdisabled Air Force technician.
The design reflects Del Toro’s personal motto, “Through these flames I am stronger.”
It represents the strength, courage, and confidence he embodies every day.




WELCOME BACK / THINKING OF YOU




GENERAL BIRTHDAY












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ENCOURAGEMENT








SYMPATHY / COMFORT




THANK YOU




DISPLAYS / CONTRIBUTORS


All Has Heart 18 pkt Assortment (Two Displays)
Assortment includes 18 designs of greeting cards, (6 cards per design, for a total of 108 cards),
two displays, header cards, and signage


Has Heart 9 pkt Assortment
(One Display)
Assortment includes 9 designs of greeting cards
(6 cards per design, for a total of 54 cards),
one display,
header cards, and signage


Contributors
Veterans; Henry Batrum, Michael Bell,
Kathy Champion, Israel Del Toro, Gonzalo Duran,
Danielle Green, Bill Lanford, James Monroe,
David Nicholson, Chris Stephenson,
John Vandermeulen, and James Van Thach

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