Group T Design has partnered with The Miracle Foundation and Whole Foods Market to create original and eco-friendly wrapping papers showcasing imaginative drawings by orphans in India. This pioneering, creative collaboration will deepen the meaning of giving – and giving back – this holiday season. Whole Foods will donate 20% of the paper’s sales to The Miracle Foundation, an organization that empowers orphans to reach their full potential by providing them with improved education, emotional support, health care, and life skills. The orphans’ lively doodles of snowmen, snowflakes, dinosaurs, teddy bears, and other playful characters are brought to life by vivid red and green vegetable dyes. The Foundation’s slogan, “Because every child deserves to feel safe, nurtured and loved,” is also worked into the dynamic designs. “These children were thrilled to be part of the creative process,” said Tom Klindedist, Owner and Founder of Group T Design. “By immortalizing their drawings on our wrapping paper, we hope to spread awareness not only of the great work The Miracle Foundation is doing, but also the universal and enduring nature of the holiday spirit.” Manufactured in York, PA, by The Caskey Group, the designs are printed on 60# Matte paper made from 10% post-consumer waste that is Lacey Act-compliant. In fact, 100% of the electricity used to produce the paper is generated from Green-E certified renewable energy. The rich vegetable dyes are made with a high percentage of naturally replenishing vegetable oils, including soybean, linseed, canola, and rapeseed. The wrapping paper will be sold in packs of 12 sheets for $9.95 at Whole Foods Markets across the country. $2 from each purchase will support the Miracle Foundation in improving the way Indian orphanages are run and help the children who live in them become self-sufficient members of the global community.