Toy Bears donated to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

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(Best Syndication News) - An outside carnival company named Helm & Sons Amusements, decided to give over 70 stuffed bears to children at the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC).

The Director of Operations, Jason Halsey said, “We think it is important to give, especially during this season of giving. If these bears make patients smile and help get them through the day, it is all worthwhile.” Halsey also stated that their business is also very family oriented.

The bears were used to help children during procedures and to help the children cope with homesickness.

Around a third of the bears given to the children at ARMC will go to the burn center. Sadly, one third of the burn patients are under the age of 18.

The foundation director, Frank Reyes, says that it is great that companies are starting to notice AMRC.

A social worker, Mindy Richard, said that it is wonderful that Helm & Sons gave AMRC the bears.

By: Marsha Quinn

Image: Jason Halsey, Director of Operations at Helm & Sons Amusements, an outdoor carnival company, presented a toy bear to ARMC Foundation Director, Frank Reyes, yesterday at ARMC’s Edward G. Hirschman Burn Center. More than 70 toy bears were donated to ARMC patients.



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