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    1. We are currently not accepting wedding dresses because so many have been donated. Storage, as well as time to take each one apart, have led us to the decision of not accepting any more for at least a year, if not longer. Thank you for your willingness to donate something that has such special meaning to you.

  1. Would love to help. I have been sewing for years (it has been a few years since I did much sewing) Not sure if I can make a work day – one of my “rainbow” sons requires transportation to/from Morrilton for classes at UACCM.

    What a wonderful wonderful support to families that have lost a child. I wish this had been available when we lost ours. It would have helped so much.

    We live in Conway and attend St. Joseph Catholic Church. Saw the article on facebook and did not realize it was in LR until I googled the name! Delighted!

    1. Hi Tamara:

      I apologize for the delay in responding to your email! We do have work days once a month (usually the second Sunday each month) in Little Rock at Holy Souls Catholic Church if you would like to or are able to make a day! I will add your name to our potential volunteers who can sew and maybe we will have future projects where you’d be able to sew from home or something!

      Tomorrow is our Wave of Light Ceremony at the Arkansas Capitol at 6:00 pm – we would love to have you come and meet you. It is to remember those little angels we’ve lost. Thank you for contacting us and again, I will add your email to our volunteer list that we are creating!


  2. I would like to crochet some tiny blankets for your organization. How do I go about doing this? What are the requirements? This is such a wonderful thing that you do for the families affected by such a profound loss.God Bless you all.

  3. My name is Jessica. I have three beautiful children, but my heart still aches for the two I lost. A brother and sister that my other children will never meet. When I came upon your organization, it felt like serendipity. I wish something like this had been available when I lost my sweet angels. What you do is truly a blessing, and a comfort at a time that is truly one of the worst experiences anyone can have. God bless you all for the love and care you put in every stitch.
    I would love to be involved if I can. I am an avid quilter, and have an overabundance of fabrics in my craft room. And since school just restarted for my children, I have quite a bit of free time on my hands again. I live just outside of Houston, Texas. Just point me in the right direction.

  4. My church gave a very small sewing group

    If there a way we could sew from
    Our group

    If we could how do we get a pattern etec

    Joyce Arnold

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