Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.


Pictured above is our most recent delivery to Precious Kisses, a division of Project Sweet Peas. Project Kisses reached out to us requesting some Halloween inspired hats that they could give out to NICU babies.  Once we read about Precious Kisses and the great things they accomplish,  we knew that we needed to help.

Project Sweet Peas is a non-profit organization run by volunteers across the country, who through personal experience have become passionate about providing comfort to families with children in the intensive care units and to those who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss.

Our programs support the wellness of families by providing care packages and other services that offer comfort while furthering the bond between parent and child, and treasured keepsakes to families who have experienced a loss.

Through our services, we give from our heart, to inspire families with the hope of tomorrow.

You can visit Project Sweet peas on the website www.projectsweetpeas.com.

We hope that the families that receive these hats cherish them. We are just so happy to spread hope in any way we can.


Comments on: "A Delivery to Precious Kisses" (2)

  1. Thank you Vanessa! These hats are adorable! They are going to mean SO much to the families with little ones in the NICU this Halloween! These hats will be going to families in the Bryn Mawr, Lankenau and Paoli Hospitals in the Philadelphia Suburbs. Here is our local divisions’ website! http://www.projectsweetpeas.com/index.php/precious-kisses
    You can also find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PSPPreciousKisses


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