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Child Can Help Children's Charity by Doing Crafts

Posted by deezin (My Page) on
Fri, May 20, 05 at 18:25

Hi all. I wanted to mention this project to parents, teachers, and group leaders. There are a lot of arts and crafts projects that you can do with your children that can help out sick and needy children. Please look at the following page http://www.artistshelpingchildren.org/wayschildrencanvolunteer.html

You can make cards for sick children, paint a mural, paint canvas bags, sew or knit stuffed animals, stuff a bear, hold a stuffed animal drive, and much more...

Thanks to anyone who wants to help out with this project.


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RE: Child Can Help Children's Charity by Doing Crafts

Another idea for rather dedicated children: My nephew grows his hair and donates it to "Locks of Love." He is almost ten and has donated once and is growing it a second time.


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