OwieBowWowie and Friends Foundation
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PO Box 3316 c/o Dear Owie Grass Valley CA 95945 USA
To Comfort the hurts and hearts of children who are hospitalized and alone.
Since 2010 we have donated over 2,000 Owie BowWowie to hospitalized children all over the United States, but to continue giving... we need your help. Comfort is love in action, and it will take many of us to ensure that not one of the 20 million hospitalized children (per year) are forgotten.
Children who are hospitalized with a life-threatening illness.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Geographic areas served:
Northridge Hospital, Loma Linda Medical Center, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, and many others!
We have many programs designed for specific needs. Please contact us if you would like to know more about ways in which we can help you to give.
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OwieBowWowie is a very unique non-profit endeavor. It is the result of the creative mind of its inventor, Gina Woods. A creative mind that puts giving a simple plush OwieBowWowie toy to sick children in a hospital before anything else. I am amazed at Gina's commitment and totally impressed with the medicinal value of these gifts to the children, who are the recipients. The world needs lots more people with the heart to build these lovable pets and donate them to childrens' hospitals, wherever they might be. I hope through the efforts of this program, that Owie and Gina become household names that we will get to know even better. Thanks for this opportunity to tell your readers about this very special Non-profit. Harry Croner, SCORE Counselor
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