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PRMS Teams Up with Kraftlove for the Second Year

 


For a second consecutive year, PRMS has partnered up with Kraftlove Inc., a nonprofit organization that was founded in 2015 to assist children who are impacted by illness.  Through kits assembled in Kraftlove boxes, children in local hospitals have the opportunity to use art projects as a mechanism to aid with the healing process.

Kathi Heagerty and Leigh Baker closing up finished boxes.

Kathi Heagerty and Leigh Baker closing up finished boxes.

This September, 20 PRMS employees came together to package Kraftlove kits for children in the hospitals throughout the Washington, D.C. area, including Inova Loudoun Hospital, Inova Children’s Hospital, Children’s National, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, The Children’s Inn at NIH and Children’s Center for Cancer, Hospital for Sick Children (HSC) Pediatric Center and Blood Disorders of Northern Virginia.  Kraftlove President Anhvinh Wright was on hand to help PRMS assemble boxes, and by the end of the morning, 200 boxes were ready to be distributed.

Max Ahmadi and Julia Bajereanu pause for a photo while packing boxes.

Max Ahmadi and Julia Bajereanu pause for a photo while packing boxes.

“This was my second project with Kraftlove and each time it gets more and more rewarding,” said PRMS Client Relations Specialist, Julia Bajereanu.  “Whenever we team up with Vinh, she exudes such passion and her enthusiasm is contagious. It is evident how much PRMS’ help means to Vinh and the children the craft kits will be delivered to.”

PRMS Team with the 200 boxes they assembled.

PRMS Team with the 200 boxes they assembled.

PRMS was the first company to team up with Kraftlove to assemble boxes in 2015, and is already looking forward to collaborating again in the future.  Are you interested in learning more about Kraftlove?  Visit their website today to read more about this organization and to find out how you can help send “a little love in every box” to more children.

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