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Bears of Hope Gets Helping Hand

 A group of employees from the College of American Pathologists (CAP)were looking for a non-profit   organization to volunteer their service. An employee and a Bear volunteer recommended Bears of Hope. After telling them about Bears of Hope,  the group agreed they wanted Bears of Hope to be their volunteer project. The group’s leader, arranged for the event at CAP headquarters in Northfield, Illinois.

In March, Bears volunteers, Carolyn and Sandy T, brought a variety of tasks for the employees to do Bears founder, Carolyn, thanked the employees and told them how their efforts will give bears to sick children and adults who need something soft to cuddle and help them feel better. CAP gives its employees time to do charitable work and listed Bears of Hope on its recommended organizations for volunteer opportunities.

 Bears of Hope does community outreach events. These events, like the one for CAP, show the community how the Bears of Hope ‘Make a Difference’ in the lives of children and adults facing a challenging life experience.