Bless for the Cure®

At Bless Your Heart® we believe blessings can change any situation known and unknown. When you find an event, a person or an animal which appears less than whole, extend a blessing for their wellness. When you choose simply to bless, all things are possible.

Bless for the Cure® extends this philosophy by promoting the public awareness of using blessings for any condition in humans and animals appearing less than whole. We participate with nonprofits to create awareness of this consciousness and look forward to your inquiry.

Follow the Products/Paper tab for printed materials that you can share with your friends and family to further promote this publicly.  Bless for the Cure® products include:  books, booklets, emblems, stationery, paper labels, stickers, adhesive back note paper such as stickies, blank note cards, greeting cards, postcards, brochures, blank writing journals, blank cards and bookmarks.  Leaflets are available for your business front office or simply to hand out at events.  Show your heart by going to the form on the Inspirations tab and sharing your stories and photos.  How did your blessing bring wholeness to another person, animal or event?  Follow our stories on

October 2014 Gifting
Bless for the Cure® has received its United States Patent and Trademark Registration.  Perfect, as October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 
Share with us what inspired you to send Blessings to a person or animal diagnosed with cancer and we will gift you one of the following
Bless for the Cure® products:

50, 3×3 sticky notes, 8 bookmarks, 1 journal, 32 postcards, 10 notecards, 8 folded greeting cards with envelopes, 20 oval sticker/labels or 10 sheets of 8.5×11 stationary.
Please visit and share your story.  Please specify the product you prefer.  Gifts available while supplies last.


“As my blessing, I must always remember you are Purrrfect”  -Cheryl Rennels
Animals come into our lives for many different reasons.  Many times we have an expectation of how they should behave or show affection. If the animal does not perform the way we want them to, we often think there is something “wrong” with them.  That they are less than whole and we try to fix them.
Please know every animal is purrrfect just the way it is.  Bless them for being in your life.


“A smile can hide so many feelings. Fear, sadness, heartbreak . . .
But it also shows one other thing, strength.”
-Arjun Loveable
It’s difficult to smile during times of heartbreak. The emotions are so near the surface. It does take a lot of strength to just muddle through the day. If you know of someone dealing with of loss and heartbreak, send them a blessing . . . hold them in your heart.  If you are close to them don’t be afraid to get even closer and soon they will be whole again and able to find joy.