Tag Archive for kids with cancer

Share A Square Is Rolling Along

I haven’t talked much this year about the afghans we make for kids with cancer, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. It means that the volunteers are keeping me busy! The project is rolling along quite nicely. Packages of brightly colored squares have been arriving daily from all over the world. Don’t tell me…

The Delivery of Medicine Bags at Camp Sanguinity

Some of you are aware that there was a “Good Medicine project” going on at this blog over the last year. Crafty folks from around the world designed “medicine bags” to give to some very special kids. Specifically they were for the 140 campers who would attend Camp Sanguinity, a summer camp for kids with…

Camp Sanguinity and The Good Medicine Project

Coordinating a summer camp for children with special needs, such as Camp Sanguinity, is an enormous task. Donations have to be obtained to run the operation. Volunteers must be found and trained to run the camp. Activities have to be designed and planned to fit into a schedule that will meet the needs of children…