A world where every newborn has access to the basics.
We would like to thank everyone involved in the Nerdery Overnight Website Challenge and our team Null & Void for this amazing new website. The new site gives us a fresh look and is mobile friendly among many more things. Many hours of work were put into this final look and it will only continue Read more about New Website now live<br />8/7/2017[…]
This message was left on the Bundles of Love voicemail. “Thank you for the wonderful bag of gifts you gave to my family. We are extremely humbled by your generosity and are thankful that a place like you exists to help families.”
“The results are in! The winners to receive the funds this quarter from Bosman and Associates “Do Good Campaign” are: Bundles of Love, Disabled American Vets and Second Harvest Heartland. Thanks for your participation in choosing who we can help in our community. ”
Come to the Burnsville Site on 7/29/2017 to learn to sew every item we make for the bundles! No experience necessary. E-mail email@example.com for additional information. Address is 1101 Cliff Road East, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA
Birthright of St Paul received 14 bundles from us in June, and sent the following note in response: “A special thanks to all the volunteers who put so much time and care in making items for these layettes and for assembling them, so they are available to newborns in need. Your support is greatly appreciated! Read more about Thank You from Birthright St Paul<br />6/27/2017[…]
Happy Birthday Donna P. Thank you Vicky P. for making a donation in honor of Donna’s birthday!
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Sharon W. made a donation to Bundles of Love Charity in recognition of volunteer Lynn W. Congratulations Lynn!
Thank you, Bundles of Love volunteers, for sharing your talents to help so many Minnesota babies in need. All the hands that go into sewing, cutting, knitting, crocheting, snapping and many other non-sewing tasks is what allowed this organization to achieve 3,761 assembled bundles in 2016. A special ‘thank you’ to the Work Group Leaders Read more about Thank You Volunteers<br />4/24/2017[…]
Beginning in March, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Oak Grove will be the new location for the Andover/Ham Lake Work Group. The calendar on the web site has been updated with this new information. Ruth Nelson will continue as the leader at the new location.