I was thinking about children in the hospital and how scary a time that can be for them. So I have come up with Fun Packages. They are filled with fun activities like stickers, stuffed animals, crafts, and many more items. I have partnered with 22 hospitals and one foster care center and I have delivered 280 packages so far! I have expanded to shipping individual packages to children receiving outpatient treatments. My hope is to continue to deliver to hospitals and children around the country.
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- Click the button link below to go to the Amazon wish list
- Add items you would like to purchase/donate to your cart
- During check out pick my name in the address selection (The address is hidden for privacy purposes)
- Packages will be delivered to us to prep for donations.
Reading, MA – While quarantine has some returning to well-loved TV shows and a counting down of days until things return to normal, 10th grader Bella Adlah has used this time to create a project to help local hospitals.
“I was excited to finally be at the age where I could volunteer at a hospital, but then COVID came and that was not possible. So, I was trying to think of ways I could still give back to local hospitals.
‘Have Fun & Stay Strong’: Reading teen donates gift bags to sick children at local hospitals
READING, Mass. — Reading Public Schools started the first day of classes, but one student is continuing her summer project when she is not attending an online class.
15-year-old Bella Adlah was set to begin her first year of volunteering with a local hospital to achieve her goal of becoming a pediatric nurse.
“Since COVID they’re not allowing anybody to go into the hospitals but I still wanted to do something for children,” said Adlah.