Casey Cares Foundation Ironing and Packaging party

So, when folks dye with me they dye something for themselves but also have the option to make a handmade pop-up card and a mini tapestry for kids in the Casey Cares Program. I have tubs of these beautiful tapestries that need to be ironed. I also have a big box of cards made by kids. Some of them are incomplete and need to be finished. Then, we need to fold the bandanas and flour sack towels and tie up the cards and the mini tapestries together into a little present that can be handed out to kids at the Casey Cares Events.

**********Please bring an iron and an ironing board if you have one!!!*********** call me if you get lost! 443-790-3631

Also, I volunteer at Hopkins Children’s Center, once a month, tie-dyeing with kids who are there. I take the little gifts to those kids who are unable to come to the great room to tie-dye their own room brightening decor.

I need your help. So, this is an opportunity to come and help me get all of these things completed so that we can give them to the kids. Thank you!!

The Casey Cares Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides uplifting programs with a special touch for critically ill children and their families throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Casey Cares serves children under 18 who are patients at such hospitals throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and parts of the Midwest such as Johns Hopkins, Children’s National, Nationwide Children’s, Georgetown University, University of Maryland Hospital for Children, Sinai Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s, Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania (CHOP), Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Hershey Medical Center, Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, as well as many community hospices. Most of the children we serve are being treated for: cancer (such as leukemia), brain tumors, blood disorders, (such as Sickle Cell, TTP, Aplastic Anemia, etc.), lymphoma (Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s), sarcoma, and cystic fibrosis. (thanks to for all the details!)