Project Linus 2018 Craft Faire

The mission of Project Linus is…”to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need. We do this by giving them gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans, lovingly created for Project Linus by Volunteer Blanketeers.”

“The Blanketeers are part of our mission, as well: we seek to provide a rewarding and fun service opportunity for interested individuals and groups in local communities, for the benefit of children.”

  • The North Bay Chapter of Project Linus currently has 70 plus members and more are invited to join!
  • Saturday, November 3, 2018 we will “open the doors” for our Annual Holiday Fundraising Craft Bazaar…

Slideshow of past Holiday Craft Bazaars to tempt and entice you to stop by…

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The members of the North Bay Chapter in Petaluma have created and delivered 15,656 blankets since the chapter was founded.  RECIPIENTS INCLUDE…Petaluma Health Ctr., Petaluma Hospice, Petaluma Police Dept., Petaluma Valley Hospital, Project Keep, Pt. Reyes Clinic, Queen of the Valley Hosp., Redwood Children’s Ctr., Rohnert Park Health Ctr., Santa Rosa Birth Ctr., SAY, Sonoma Valley Health Ctr., Sutter Valley Health Ctr., TLC Child & Family Services., Verity, Women’s Recovery Serv., YWCA Sonoma County, 4C’s Childcare, 4C’s Cloverdale, Aurora Behavorial Health, Blue Bag Program, Bridges Pregnancy Ctr., CalParents, Camp Chance, CAP(Community Act Partnership), CARE, CASA, Center for Domestic Peace, Child Start Therapeutic, Christmas Cheer, Community Violence Solutions, Crossing the Jordan, Get on the Bus, Interfaith Shelter Network, Marin Community Clinics, Marin General, Marin Pregnancy Clinic, Memorial Hosp., Napa County Social Serv., Petaluma Birthright

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2 thoughts on “Project Linus 2018 Craft Faire

  1. Hi Frank, nice to see a couple of posts from you! So great to see your community involved in such a worthy project! On another note, I am finally taking a series of photography classes in nearby Folsom. I learned so much about my Lumix I almost fainted at how simple they were!

  2. Always enjoy your posts — I’m still busy volunteering and traveling hope you are both doing well!

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