VALENTINE’S DAY EXTRAVAGANZA GIFTING FOR CHILDREN HOSPITALIZED

Nancy’s Club and MONTESSORI PRESCHOOL

invite you to participate in our VALENTINE’S DAY EXTRAVAGANZA GIFTING the children who are in University
of California Children’s Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center Pediatric Ward, Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland on Valentine’s Day.

Two years ago, Susan Lissberger, Founder and Director of Mill Valley Montessori, and her 3-to-6-year-old children prepared valentines, paper chains, gift baskets filled with new toys, warm and fuzzy stuffed animals, cozy clothes, soft blankets, art and craft supplies, for all the children at UCSF Children’s Hospital … and even gifts for the medicalstaff.  We are doing it again! This time, we will serve the children in 4 hospitals.

We invite the San Francisco Bay Area community to participate in our extraordinary project this year,

THE SECOND VALENTINE’S DAY EXTRAVAGANZA!

Please contact Susan at M.V.Montessori@comcast.net or Nancy@NancysList.org

so that one of our volunteer parents can pick up your gifts for these special children.

If you wish to support Nancy’s Club for children and teens who are living with cancer

Make a Donation

or send a check to Nancy’s List at

240 Almonte Boulevard

Mill Valley, California 94941

With immense appreciation,

Nancy Novack Ph.D. and Susan Lissberger

Nancy headshot

www.NancysList.org

 


www.millvalleymontessori.com

 

Make a donation and receive a $20.00 gift certificate for Certified Green Dry Cleaning from Pacific Heights Cleaners.

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