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Formerly known as Hudson's Bands of Hope

Once a quarter we gather to assemble bracelets. They are then prayed over and delivered to local hospitals and doctors offices to distribute to survivors of miscarriage and infant loss. These bracelets were once known as Hudson's Bands of Hope and started by a local mom of an angel. In 2018, Hudson's Bands dissolved at the same time we felt God calling us to begin something similar. Please join us in creating these memorial treasures for Moms of Angels.


Featuring JC Bears

Once a quarter we gather to cut patterns, pin, and sew JC Bears out of receiving blankets. Stacey has been graciously teaching us how to transform receiving blankets into these precious bears named after her surviving children! All skill levels are needed, so please join us!
These bears will be included in Bentley's Bags that will be given to area hospitals to distribute to survivors of miscarriage and infant loss. Bentley's Bags of Compassion is a project under Grace UMC of Kokomo that was started  The bags contain: a JC Bear, gel eye mask, bath bomb, journal, and a devotional. We are always collecting those items as well, if you are interested in donating something in memory of your angels or  sponsoring a bag please contact us.



In Honor of Bailey, Hyram, & Casey                                   A blanket for baby; a blanket for you

Join us in supporting Brookes vision to minister to other angel moms and a beautiful way to honor her very own children in heaven. Once a month we meet in fellowship hall at Grace UMC in Kokomo. We iron, cut, sew, and bag these precious gifts.
"These blankets were created through the heart of a mom who knows what it's like to go home with empty arms. The ribbons on these blankets were cut from the same spool; let it be a physical connection to your precious baby and a reminder of the love you will always carry for the one you could not take home. May it give your arms something to hold, your tears a place to fall and your heart a bit of comfort." ~Brooke

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