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Binkies bring a lot of comfort, but so do VISITS from loving people. Reading familiar stories, or happy stories aloud can bring smiles and a respite from the current situation.
The blankets were made perfectly and a cute little note was attached to each one. You could tell that great care went into the choice of fabrics, as many were all different themes including Star Wars, donuts, snowboarders, and cozy plaid.
Our chapters all have different wish lists. There is a dropdown menu on our site of the current list of local chapters. These are our only official chapters. Usually they will be happy to help you out if you are donating yarn, donating batting, donating cotton, fleece or flannel fabric.
PLEASE find the chapter near you. They can all give you a donation receipt for your donation of clean materials from smoke free homes.
Kids, teens, adults find themselves needing community service hours from time to time. This can be for school, a service organization, referral by a local judge - it doesn't matter. We look at it as an opportunity to expose an unlikely volunteer to Binky Patrol, and show them how easy it can be to make a difference AND meet community service requirements.
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Our website has the ability to create custom feeds of headlines, events, ads, content that you can easily add to your website by copying the code from the fields below. It will include a title, headlines that link to a new window to our site. LEARN MORE BY CLICKING THIS LINK >
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