Become a TLC Cherub:
Become a TLC Cherub! If you're a kid and you want to help sick kids who are stuck in hospitals, you can do any of the following things to help us help them:
TLC Cherubs - A great project for your class or school, 4-H Club, Cub Scouts, Brownies, or Girl Scouts activity, Sunday School or Kiwanis mission, or birthday party idea.
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Mail your craft to the leader for this project, Vicki Knapp. Mail to:
850 Fort Plains Road
Howell, NJ 07731-1190
Please include information like your first name, age, address (city and state), and/or email address with your contribution.
Once again, a number of generous Cherubs helped make TLC's delivery a success at Jacobi Medical Center.
Lovie Dolls were made by a 4th grade class in a school in Concord, North Carolina, and 4th grade Girl Scouts in Hudson County, New York. Angel Cache boxes were made by 5 year old twins, and the same school that had a class make Lovie Dolls also had the entire school participate in collecting items to make the Angel Cache boxes. Our 3 year old Cherub from St. Louis made Angel Cache boxes in addition to Lovie Dolls. We also had a 12 year old Cherub from Magnolia, New Jersey that made a numerous amount of Get Well Cards.
Angel Caches made by 5 year old twins, TLC Cherubs, for our EMMC project!
Many thanks to Cassidy Bernstein!
Cassidy Bernstein is 10 years old and she is a Jr. Girl Scout of Troop 478. As part of the Service Project, she ran a yarn drive among the members of her troop and they donated yarn. She also made the hats, booties and blanket pictured above. She selected TLC as her Service Project to earn her Leadership Pin and Badge.
In her accompanying letter she said "I hope that these items will bring warmth to those tiny babies who must stay in the hospital and maybe let the parents know that someone cares"
Read about the Emerson Delivery
Thank you to the 5th grade class of the St. Aloysius School in Jackson, NJ!
We recieved a package full of donations from these caring students. The class made these craftitems for their "Works of Mercy" mission, which is to visit the sick, and they wanted to have their crafts to be included for the St. Joseph's project. There were 31 beaded craft projects, which are like a key chain, very bright and colorful and you can tell they were made with lots of love.
Read about the St Jospeh's Hospital Delivery
See our Gallery of Angels