Can you gather some middle school or high school kids for a community service project? A church or synagogue youth group? Some scouts?
Making tissue paper hats for ladies in nursing homes?
Here is a little about how to do it and where the hats are going.
Or help with the Pinwheel Project?
The Bubble Project?
I am scheduled to go to 4 senior care facilities this week. One place called to confirm my visit and said they have 65 ladies signed up for the Mother’s Day program in the Souderton area. The Saturday visit in Lansdale has 40 people attending. And the other two in King of Prussia and Phila have 45 attendees. Yikes.
I have plenty of stuffed animals but do not have enough bubbles, corsages, pinwheels and tissue paper hats. I know I talked to some “volunteers” who were working on these things and just wondered if anybody has them ready and we could have them ready for the visits this week. I live in Chalfont and could meet you half way or you are welcome to come to my house and leave them at the back door or come in for a visit and a cup of tea. Putting out the SOS!
There has been one helper, who I call the “Super Corsage Maker” who has made close to 300 tissue paper flowers that have all gone to brighten the days of residents living in care facilities. My cell number is 267 939 0365.
Thanks a million, my new friends!
This is an urgent need so if you are wondering what to do with your free time this week, maybe one of the above craft projects will be just what the doctor ordered to make you feel happy about helping someone who needs some cheer!
Cell: 267 939 0365
This is what we need to keep going. Any ideas out there in CL land?