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For medically complex kids, especially those that spend a lot of time in and out of hospitals, small things like free hospital gowns for a “stuffie” can be a BIG help! Kids hate spending time in hospitals and doctor’s offices, but there are plenty of things we can do to help them adjust to this life they’ve been given.
One of these things is free hospital gowns from a company called Wishers and Dreamers. It was founded in 2013 by two sisters, one of whom spent a lot of time in the hospital. After watching many children go through hospital stay after hospital stay, she wanted to do something to give back!
Wishers & Dreamers Mission:
We know that many children spend their time in hospitals, clinics, and germ-free environments. Many children with disease, illness, or a disabling medical condition are unable to play outside. Their doll or bear may be their best friend. Therefore, our mission is to provide, free-of-charge*, a hospital gown for their doll, bear, or little buddy. All gowns are handmade with love by the Wishers and Dreamers, family, and friends.
Free Hospital Gowns for Dolls or Furry Friends!
My daughter was thrilled to receive a free hospital gown for her Build-a-Bear Teddy Bear. She was excited to see that her furry friend was able to wear a hospital gown just like she does when she spends time at the hospital.
If you would like to get your child one of these free hospital gowns for their special friend, they must be suffering from an illness, disease, or disability that requires a lot of time in hospitals and clinics. To request your free hand-sewn hospital gown, please click here.
If you would like to be a volunteer or make a donation and help put a smile on a child’s face please check out their volunteer opportunities and the many ways you can donate or sponsor a child. I know it will mean the world to so many children!
Note: Wishers and Dreamers did not ask me to post this and I did not get paid for this review. This was just something I thought other families with children who have complex medical needs, might want to know about it!