SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Anna French and her household are loading up particular and particular items for younger sufferers at UC Davis Children’s Hospital.
“We’re giving Christmas kits to youngsters within the hospital,” French stated. “Now we have 60 kits filled with Christmas bushes, stuffed animals and equipment to brighten them.”
French was handled on the youngsters’s hospital two years in the past for lupus, which left her bedridden throughout Christmas. She made positive her room was crammed with Christmas spirit.
“You’re feeling extra snug being round not simply hospital tools however one thing that truly reminds you of the way it was adorned at residence,” French stated.
For the final two years, she’s been creating Christmas tree kits for the children on the hospital who’re at the moment in the identical state of affairs she was in two years in the past. It’s all part of her web site, http://www.happylittlekidneys.org/
Her mother Tai is past pleased with her daughter.
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“Anna can empower herself to do issues regardless of having lupus and it simply appears like fairly the turnaround,” Tai French stated.
The household loaded up a U-Haul on Thursday and drove to the kids’s hospital to drop off the tree kits. Hospital directors and her mother say Anna is doing one thing that embodies the Christmas spirit.
“She will be able to form of come from a spot of expertise. So she understands how she wished her Christmas to really feel whereas right here within the hospital and so I believe it’s simply superb,” Katherine McDonald, program coordinator at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, stated.
Anna is aware of the worth of a bit Christmas cheer for these sufferers.
“Generally a string of lights and a tree, it doesn’t repair something, however it positive I don’t know provides a bit cheer to the state of affairs,” French stated.
French and her mom instructed CBS13 the 60 kits have been value $75 every. They have been in a position to get the funding by way of donations from the neighborhood.