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Winter Warmth Patch Program® — Wedge

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This beautiful community service patch will be a wonderful reminder of your project.

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Season Service Patch Set

This 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®. The Winter Warmth patch is one of four in our Seasons of Service patch group. Order just this one or expand your community service to four projects this year!

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Suggestions for how girls can earn the Winter Warmth Patch.

Staying warm during cold weather can be life saving. Your girls can make a difference in the community by providing winter warmth to someone in need.

Winter Warmth Service Patch1. Winter Clothing Drive: Organize a community-wide winter clothing drive where kids can collect and donate gently used coats, hats, gloves, and scarves to those in need. Coordinate with local shelters, schools, or charities to distribute the collected items to individuals or families who may not have adequate winter clothing.

2. Knitting for a Cause: Teach kids how to knit or crochet warm winter accessories like hats, scarves, or blankets. They can create these items and donate them to homeless shelters, nursing homes, or hospitals to provide warmth and comfort during the winter months.

3. Snow Shoveling Assistance: Gather a group of kids and offer to shovel snow for elderly or disabled individuals in the neighborhood. This act of kindness will not only help those who may have difficulty clearing their driveways and walkways but also foster a sense of community spirit.

4. Winter Care Packages: Assemble care packages with winter essentials such as hand warmers, lip balm, tissues, and socks. Distribute these packages to homeless individuals or low-income families in the community to provide some relief during the cold winter season.

5. Holiday Meal Delivery: Coordinate with a local food bank or community center to deliver warm holiday meals to families in need. Kids can assist with preparing and packaging the meals, as well as distributing them to those who may not have the means to celebrate during the winter holidays.

6. Winter Book Drive: Encourage kids to collect new or gently used books and create a winter-themed library in a local community center or school. This project promotes literacy while providing an indoor activity for children during the colder months.

7. Blanket-Making Workshop: Organize a blanket-making workshop where kids can learn how to create tied fleece blankets. These cozy blankets can be donated to homeless shelters, foster care agencies, or hospitals to offer comfort and warmth to those in need.

8. Winter Toy Drive: Host a winter toy drive to collect new or gently used toys for underprivileged children. These toys can be distributed during holiday events or donated to local organizations that support families in need, bringing joy and warmth to children during the winter season.

9. Winter Safety: Reach out to the community to provide information about hypothermia and frostbite. Community member should be asked to check on their neighbors during cold spells.

10. Winter Wellness Workshop: Plan a workshop for kids to learn about winter wellness and self-care. Activities can include making natural lip balm or hand lotion, teaching yoga or mindfulness techniques, and providing tips on staying healthy and active during the colder months. This project empowers kids to take care of themselves and share their newfound knowledge with others in the community.

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Weight .02 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in

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