Cards for a Cause

Cards for a Cause

Sweet Doe Dairy is pleased to offer these inspirational greeting cards. The beautiful artwork for these cards was created by Chelsea, Vermont artist Tanya Andrews Libby, who was inspired by the flavors of Sweet Doe Gelato and the goats that make it possible.

All of the proceeds from the sale of these cards benefit Band of Parents, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that funds innovative research, therapies and treatments for neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer.

This donation is in honor of Sweet Doe Dairy’s much-loved employee, Will Phelps, whose baby boy, Lev Cameron, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma just prior to his first birthday in the summer of 2021. It is our sincere hope that this funding will help inspire a cure while honoring Lev’s fighting spirit and recognizing the fortitude of his loving parents, Will and Tana, and big sister Eve, who are with him every step of the way. It is an honor for the artist and Sweet Doe Dairy owners Michael and Lisa Davis to partner on this charitable initiative.

Individual cards are $5 each. 

Cards are also available in a variety pack featuring six cards (one of each design) for $24, or in a holiday pack, featuring six cards of the holiday "Peppermint Goat" design, also for $24.

To order cards, simply send us an email with the individual cards and/or card packs you'd like. Shortly thereafter, you will receive a Paypal invoice from us confirming your order and the total amount due. Payment can be made at that time via Paypal or credit card. Once payment is received, your order will ship to the address provided. Local customers may also choose to schedule a time to pick-up cards from us by indicating that preference at the time their order is placed. If picking up or purchasing cards in person, cash is also accepted.

"Vanilla Goat" Card
"Vanilla Goat"


"Chai Goat" Card
"Chai Goat" 


"Peppermint Goat" Card
"Peppermint Goat"


"Strawberry Goat" Card
"Strawberry Goat"


"Coffee Goat" Card
"Coffee Goat"


"Chocolate Goat" Card
"Chocolate Goat"