Friday, May 15, 2015

St. Joseph's Hospital Bryan Tx NICU Donation Drop Off and Meeting

Preemie Prints had a wonderful meeting last night! Together with our volunteers we were able to make a large donation to the St. Joseph Health System NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) in Byan, Tx. This donation is made for the families and babies in the NICU. Since St. Joseph's is a partner hospital, the families of babies born prematurely or critically ill will receive a NICU gift bundle from Preemie Prints. This NICU family support program in Bryan College Station was created to bring a smile to families, offer support to those traveling a difficult journey with a premature baby, and let families know they are not alone.

The NICU gift bundle contains a handmade giraffe, hat, and burp cloth, along with our support information for families. In addition we are able to donate NICU positioning devices that are used for warmth and containment of preemies. These are used by the NICU staff to care for preemies in Bryan, Tx.

Join us at St. Joseph's for our next NICU sewing & support meeting on Aug. 13th from 6-8pm in Basement Room B/C! All NICU families, volunteers, nurses, and supporters welcome. A meal will be served for all. Please RSVP to jen @ 

What a blessing these bundles will be to so many families. Thank you for your continued support, your monetary donations, your in-kind fabric and supply donations, and for your volunteerism. We do have bundles available to families outside of our Bryan College Station NICU family support area just contact us on our website. 

St. Joseph's Hospital Donation Drop Off to the NICU

Thank you for the fabric donation. RE class of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Amber Collier, President with Kenai Roy student.

We thank the communications class of Texas A&M University, who chose us to receive their fabric & supply donation. 

Sweet babies at out meeting!

More about our NICU positioning device.

Please learn more about Preemie Prints & join us at an upcoming meeting or make a donation in support at

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