We are so grateful for all of our volunteers, and so are our blanket recipients! Here are just a few of the thank you notes we have received.
Shriners Hospital for Children – Boston:
New England Pediatric Care:
Our volunteers created awesome wheelchair blankets and ponchos for residents at New England Pediatric Care.
House of Hope
“Thank you very much for your recent gift to House of Hope on March 23, 2018 of blankets and hats. Your generosity and faithfulness enables House of Hope to do more for many homeless families.”
“Thank you so much for the beautiful knitted and other handmade blankets and other items for needy children and for all of the time, talent and materials you put into making the items. We greatly appreciate your caring and efforts!”
We recently received another note from a recent donation delivery. Heartbeat is one of many examples of Project Linus supporting children and babies who could use a sign of support and comfort in non-hospital situations.
Franciscan Children’s Hospital
“Please know that you and the other wonderful Project Linus artists make a real difference in the lives of our kids…”
“On behalf of the pediatric patients of Emerson Hospital and the staff who care for them, we appreciate your thoughtful donation. The blankets are just beautiful! So many textures, patterns and colors sure to delight the families who receive them. We love to welcome children on our in-patient floor, surgical and sleep lab locations within the hospital (with blankets). Children love to bring them home when they get discharged. The babies in the Special Care Nursery also receive blankets from Project Linus.
Please extend our gratitude to all those involved in creating these beautiful blankets and quilts.”
Baby Blanket Bundles
“We are so grateful for your wonderfully generous donation of 16 beautiful blankets to Baby Blanket Bundles!
We have a steady need as we try to provide a bundle of supplies for the new babies of the moms we support.
Your donation arrived just in time. You are special caring people! Thank you for being so nice.”
Norfolk County DA’s Office
A group made up of primarily public health nurses and first responders from the Norfolk County County Cares project distributes Project Linus blankets as part of their mission to help children who are victims of the trauma of opioid abuse.
“Many thanks for all of the beautiful blankets!
So happy to be collaborating with you in this very special way.”