Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Hearts to Newtown


Today some of my fellow bloggers are choosing to participate in a Day of Silence in honor of the victims and families of the Newtown tragedy. I was planning to participate as well, however, I stumbled across this Hearts to Newtown project and wanted to share with you instead!


The premise is simple. Have your children make a heart to honor Newtown. Here are the words from their Facebook page, "We just want to fill the walls of the school, the Newtown library, city hall, the hospital with reminders that children from all over the country are with them. Have your child draw a picture on a heart piece of paper of something "happy or good," include their name, age, and state, and send it to: Include your school, scout troop, baseball team or church in the effort!"

Cut your heart from a standard 8-1/2 x 11-inch paper. If your children are too young to know about the tragedy, just have them decorate the heart with happy things. Include your child's first name, age, and state.

Once completed you can send your hearts to: P.O. Box 754 Bethel, CT 06801

For more information, you can visit the Hearts to Newtown Facebook page.

6 comments:

  1. Love. Thanks for sharing. We actually live only 35 minutes away and I have wanted to do something. This will be great!

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  2. This is wonderful! I was just considering my options for what I should have our church Childrens department do tomorrow evening.

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  3. thank you..we all feel the need and desire to somehow, someway help...it is just so tragic...

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  4. I had not heard of this, thanks so much for sharing the information with us and for sharing on We Made That.

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  5. That is great. Thanks for sharing the information: 0 )

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