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No-Sew Cuddle Blankets

No-sew cuddle blankets are a great project to do at home and send or deliver to InCommunity to give to the residents in their group homes. In addition to being warm and cozy, they make good fidget items for individuals who like to have something to do with their hands.

This is a virtual projects and perfect to do with family members and friends of all ages. It can be done any day and time and not just the day registered for. Instructions on how to make the blankets will be provided with the registration confirmation email.

About InCommunity
: InCommunity was created to provide community-based services and support to people with developmental disabilities and their families. InCommunity's employees provide all levels of support in the community to people with a variety of needs; including residential support, employment services, respite care, family support, in-home care, and day programs. To date, InCommunity has provided support and service to more than 10,000 Georgian community members.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Thoughtful Notes for InCommunity

InCommunity provides care and support to those with developmental and intellectual disabilities (IDD). InCommunity is a consistent part of their lives where they see their friends, interact with the community & arts, and practice daily living skills. Due to COVID regulations, all of this has changed.

What Volunteers Can Do: The InCommunity clients and the staff that care of them on the frontlines would love to hear some encouragement from their community!
Help spread the love. Send a thoughtful note to those who are still working hard to support individuals in their homes and to those who are being cared for who long for a sense of normalcy. Taking a moment to say thank you or sending a note to say we appreciate you can go a long way!

How it Works
- The date and time you register for simply allow you to sign up and record your hours. It is not the date your letters have to be complete by.
- Grab a card, postcard or piece of paper for the letter - don't forget an envelope!
- Write your letter/ cards, there's no limit to how many you can do!

Letter Writing Tips:

-Start with a salutation, such as "Dear friend" or "Greetings", "Dear Healthcare Worker"


-Send a personal message with an individual in our home: "You are not alone. We hope you have a sunshine day." "You are special." "We are in this together" or "Hang in there. We hope you are safe and healthy." Or share a note to a healthcare provider to say: "Thanks for your dedication and hard work".

-Please avoid glitter or additional items in the envelope.

Mail all letters to the address below.

InCommunity
3301 Buckeye Rd
Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30341
ATTN: Daniel David

Send photos of your notes and cards to lisa@pebbletossers.org along with how many you sent.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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