Happy Campers in Newfoundland ...

... made happier with their fun 'pillowcase smiles'!!

A small group of ConKerr Cancer supporters have been making pillow cases for Janeway Child Health Centre in the province of Newfoundland/Labrador, a pediatric facility. They are a handful of sewers/friends who get together periodically to sew and have a pillow case evening.  They have provided hundreds of 'smiles' since getting started.  They also provide 'smiles' for their local oncology camp held in the summer, for the children. 

Here are some of the 'campers' receiving their pillowcase 'smiles'.  Happy Campers, they are ... 

Posted in In The News

Sweet dreams on her pillowcase 'smile' ...

Thanks to all the WONDERFUL volunteers in Reading, Pa ... baby Lily was able to rest comfortably on her new sweet pink pillowcase 'smile' ...

Posted in Volunteers, Miles of Pillowcase Smiles

Another Wawa 'approach' ...

... not only when it comes to golf but in serving their communities.

THANK YOU, Wawa for supporting our ConKerr Kids and Families!

Who is this 'fella' on the greens????

Posted in Thank You, In The News

Question: How do you make a pillowcase???

Answer:  "With LOVE!"

Laura, Owner of Country Pines Quilt Store, set up this wonderful booth with the ConKerr Cancer banner on one wall and covered 2 walls with pillowcases at the Lassen County Fair...it is beautiful.  Plus she has5 sewing machines and has ladies scheduled to make pillowcases all 5 days of the fair.  They ask everyone that passes by if they would like to make a pillowcase.

Above is Laura along with Paige, who wanted to sew a pillowcase.  She was the sweetest 9 year old.  Her brother wondered up and asked her "How do you make a pillowcase?"  The answer just rolled out with no hesitation..."With Love!"   

Posted in Volunteers, In The News, Coordinator Update

A special order ...

... for  'Super (special) Sam'!

“Super Sam” …..an incredible little 6 year old. Has received  wonderful support from his church members in Missouri, as well as from the entire community. His twin sister, Ava, has been right by his side the entire time. Currently, he is in St. Louis undergoing a bone marrow transplant, so we are keeping the smiles strong for his recovery. The Ninja pillowcase was one that was a “special order” from Sam.  COWABUNGA!
Posted in In The News, Coordinator Update