C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Needs Help Sending Valentines To Patients

Kathryn Hawkes

| 1 min read

send a virtual valentine to a sick kid
C.S Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor is asking for help to show some love and put smiles on the faces of young patients throughout the hospital.
The hospital is encouraging people to send patients virtual Valentine’s Day cards. All you have to do is choose from one of four cards you want to send, enter your name and click send.
The virtual cards include a robot with the message “I care A BOT you”, and dinosaur that says “You’re DINO-MITE,” among other options. The process is simple and free. In just a few minutes you can make a difference in the day of a sick child.
At any given time, Mott hospital can be the temporary home to up to 350 sick children.
If you’re looking for additional ways to help make a difference in a sick child’s day through Mott, they have a number of different volunteer opportunities available. You may also send in-kind gifts such as toys, books, or arts and craft supplies. For more information visit the Mott website.
To send a virtual Valentine’s Day card, click here.
Photo Credit: GlitterandFrills

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