Operation Smile – January 2013 Edition

Help Us Brighten A Child's Day!

Help Us Brighten A Child’s Day!

Here are more addresses for children that would love to receive a card from you! Please help us brighten their day!

Baylee Wheeler, 5 years old (Isolated NK Cell Deficiency) – 2022 E. 619, Jamestown, KY  42629.

Jillian Miller, 3 years old (Leukemia) – 737 E. 22nd Street, Indianapolis, IN  46202.

Miracles for Michaela, 9 years old (Addison’s Disease) – c/o Julie Swindle, 145 C.R. 463, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72404.

Hope for Kiera, 4 years old (ALL) – 14 B Loshire Path, Palm Coast, FL  32164.

Parker Zimmerle, 6 years old (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy) – 31531 Linder Road, Lot 67, Denham Springs, LA 70726

 Sebastian Major, 11 years old (Neuroblastoma) – P.O. Box  198, Savoy, IL  61874 

Prince Enriquez, 8 months old (pulmonary artresia) –  P.O. Box 225911, Dallas, TX  75222

 

 

Don’t forget to keep checking our Operation Smile posts to learn about new children who would love to receive cards!  Hope you are all having a wonderful new year!

**We would like to keep updating this list often, so if you know a child or family that could use a card, please let us know!*

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17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Valerie
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 02:09:07

    Is there a special sort of card we should look for? And can/should we mention your family so they know who it came from? 🙂 This sounds like something me and my kids would enjoy doing!

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    • embracingtheinsanity
      Jan 27, 2013 @ 15:17:15

      The kids enjoy receiving any kind of mail (store bought, handmade, etc.). We had some postcards made specifically for this purpose but went through them so quickly that lately I have resorted to just buying “cheery” cards or blank note cards and writing a personal note inside until I can order more postcards with our logo on them. If you wanted to do Valentines, I think even the tiny ones that kids give out in school or a handmade card or even a postcard would be just fine! They just like getting mail period! Thanks for participating! I recently had a grandma post on our Facebook page that our card was the first piece of mail her grandson received and the whole family was excited about it! Definitely a worthwhile cause if it can bring a smile to these families! 🙂 If you want to mention that you saw their name on our Operation Smile list, that would be great!

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      • Valerie
        Jan 27, 2013 @ 15:31:37

        Awesome! My daughter and I are headed to the Christian bookstore in a little while because they have cute stationary. 🙂 She wants to participate too! I’ll be sure to mention the Operation Smile list. 😀

      • embracingtheinsanity
        Jan 28, 2013 @ 11:48:51

        Awesome! thanks so much!

      • Valerie
        Jan 28, 2013 @ 11:51:48

        Hey, can I ask if you know – is the child’s name Julie Swindle or Michaela (the 9 year old, Miracles for Michaela)? 😛 I’m confused! lol

      • embracingtheinsanity
        Jan 28, 2013 @ 11:52:53

        Michaela is the child. I think they are just using the other lady’s address for safety/privacy reasons.

      • Valerie
        Jan 28, 2013 @ 11:54:45

        Great! That’s what I originally thout but then I was scared I was wrong and wouldn’t it be terrible to get something addressed to someone else?! lol

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  3. pinterestgirl95
    Jan 29, 2013 @ 16:50:07

    Reblogged this on pinterestgirl95 and commented:
    I’m SO doing this!!! Such a sweet idea ❤

    Reply

  4. calonogi
    Jan 29, 2013 @ 18:49:51

    Amazing idea x

    Reply

  5. Valerie
    Feb 01, 2013 @ 14:48:59

    My daughter is going to mail Baylee a package and I just want to check on that address. There’s no street name??

    Reply

  6. motherhoodisanart
    Feb 04, 2013 @ 15:38:49

    I just wanted to let you know I got these all copied down today and we are doing this next week with my Girl Scout Troop! Thank you so much for letting me know about this!

    Reply

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