The Human Fund (10 Cards)

The Human Fund (10 Cards)

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You don't want to buy someone a gift, just give out a donation card. A donation has been made in your name to the Human Fund. The Human Fund. Money for people.

• Made in USA
• Sold in set of 10 cards
• Standard Fine Finch 110#
• Printed on HP Indigo Printers
• 7x5 Single Sided Card
• Blank White Envelopes Included

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The Human Fund is a fake charity used by George Costanza. After getting a similar gift from his friend Tim Whatley, George gave out cards to his co-workers stating that a donation had been made to a charity called "The Human Fund", with the slogan, "Money For People."

George: Hey, check this out. I gotta give out Christmas presents to everyone down at Kruger, so I'm pulling a Whatley. (Gives a Christmas card to Jerry)
Jerry: (Reading it) "A donation has been made in your name to the Human Fund." - What is that?
George: (With pride) Made it up.
Jerry: (Continuing reading) "The Human Fund. Money for people."
George: What do you think?

Jerry: It has a certain understated stupidity.

It was such a good scam Mr. Kruger, George's boss, gave him a company check for $20,000 made out to "The Human Fund." Later, after the accounting department informed Kruger that "The Human Fund" didn't exist, he accused George of misleading him. George claimed he had made up the charity because his family celebrated Festivus, which created a chain of events that caused George to invite Kruger to his father's Festivus celebration.

Kruger: George, we have a problem. There's a memo, here, from accounting telling me there's no such thing as the Human Fund.
George: Well, there could be!