Pictured above: Angela Ball (1975-2006) and Tina Bland pictured holding a handmade pocket quilt. This quit contained 100 pockets with each housing a small gift. A number was drawn daily with the corresponding gift opened. This was hung in her hospital room at MD Anderson Cancer Center to occupy her thoughts for the 100 days of seclusion that followed her bone marrow transplant received at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. It is Tina's vision to offer quilts like this to bone marrow transplant patients in hospitals within West Virginia and perhaps nation/world-wide. To do this will literally take a village. If you are interested in being part of this village - please join our team!
100 POCKETS OF HOPE
Are you interested in bringing a smile to a patient in isolation following a bone marrow transplant? If so - please join our 100 pockets of HOPE campaign. Please complete the form below and we will be in contact with how you can be involved in this all important project.