After traveling 30 miles and making their deliveries -- craft kits, supplies, gift cards, puzzles and toys -- they stayed for two hours, decorating Bags of Smiles, creating cards of encouragement and assembling craft kits.
By the end of the day, greeting cards were stacked high, paper bags were decorated with bright colors, and many new craft kits were assembled, all to make the days a little better for children in medical facilities. And the Play-Doh, approximately 50,000 tubs of it, filled the warehouse. It will be used in our outreach for the kids. Two cans go into each Bag of Smiles, one can will go into each Coping Kit.
Trinity United Methodist Church of Kingstown representative, Jane Ober, said of the experience, "It was a pleasure to work together to serve sick children by providing them Caitlin's Smiles bags. Thank you for this opportunity to serve."
Central Penn AAA has been a great supporter of Caitlin's Smiles. Most recently, in January & February, the organization purchased supplies for their associates & members to assemble Coping Kits for pediatric patients.