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Confirmation Students Stuff Bears For Sick Children For Community Service

Heavenly Productions Foundation along with 43 eight-grade Confirmation students delivered 200 stuffed bears they made to sick children at Maria Fareri Hospital as part of their community service project.
Heavenly Productions Foundation along with 43 eight-grade Confirmation students delivered 200 stuffed bears they made to sick children at Maria Fareri Hospital as part of their community service project. Photo Credit: Heavenly Productions Foundation

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation, a charity based in Armonk, whose mission is to help children in need recently worked with 43 eighth-grade confirmation class students to hand-stuff 200 teddy bears at Church of the St. Patrick's as part of their community service project.

The bears will be delivered Feb. 1, to sick children at Maria Fareri Hospital in Valhalla. The students said they hope the bears will bring smiles to children who are ill or who have cancer and give them a feeling of love and comfort.

Byram Hills High School sophomore, Alex Rosenblatt, along with foundation adult volunteers Maria Tedesco, Liz Rosenblatt, Allana Hasselgren, Lauren Karp, Grace Kaufman, Susan Lichten, Kelly Malone and Angela Montforte, and HPF Executive Board members, Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon and Donna Gizzi, helped the students with their project. 

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