Comfort kits

Diaz, Pablo
April 2009
Guideposts;Apr2009, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p80
The article offers information on how readers of the periodical can help others through their project, Comfort Kits. The periodical is a not-for-profit company, with its outreach division being dedicated to distributing free magazines and books to hospitals and the U.S. military. The Comfort Kits project is an attempt to help children and their families to cope with the hospital atmosphere. The kit contains a golden star, a prayer journal, an "I'm Special" wristband, and a pack of crayons.


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