BLOOMINGTON, Ill. | When Mary Balagna heard about the shootings at a school in Connecticut and thought about the children traumatized by the event, she knew just what to do.
Carol Babbitt, executive director of Project Linus, sorts blankets bound for a residential school for students with disabilities in the Chicago area. The Bloomington based organization, which makes and distributes handmade blankets to help children who are are seriously ill, traumatized, or …
Carol Babbitt, executive director of Project Linus, poses with a Linus sculpture and Linus blankets in the office at Project Linus. The Bloomington-based organization, which makes and distributes handmade blankets to help children who are are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need,…
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | For much of his hour-long visit with the family of a 6-year-old boy killed in the Connecticut school shootings, Victor Cruz talked about football, life and young Jack, the child who idolized him.
SCHERERVILLE | Teddy bears have become a universal symbol of comfort for children traumatized by events in their lives.
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