Many of us know that a quilt can provide great comfort to those dealing with various life challenges, just as sewn animals. But I find it amazing and heartwarming when I hear about young people who go above and beyond to make things to provide such comfort to strangers. Sewing Hope, is one story that should not be overlooked and I want to share it with you today:
Campbell, a 12 year old boy, looks at sadness and tries to turn it upside down, making hundreds of teddy bears for sick children.
"He looks at sadness and tries to turn it upside down".12 year old Campbell spends his time making hundreds of teddy bears for sick children. Get out the tissues.
Posted by The Feed SBS VICELAND on Monday, October 24, 2016
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While I tried to make contact with young Campbell, to find out if there is a way those interested could donate supplies and/or money, I was not able to do so. Still, I wanted to share this heartwarming story.