Join us for Paws to Read story time with Kathy, Skipper, Gilligan, and Gus. Today they are sharing “Hello, My Name is Bob”, a story about a “very boring bear”, written and illustrated by Linas Alsenas.
Join us for future Paws to Read Story Times with Paws & Think therapy dogs on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10am. You can watch these story time videos on our Facebook page and our YouTube page. To support more online story telling from Paws & Think, please consider donating at www.pawsandthink.org/donate
We hope you’ve been able to get outside and enjoy the Spring weather! Join Paws & Think volunteer team Amy and Momo as they share their top three favorite natural wonders to look for in creek beds as you explore Indiana’s natural areas.
Join us for Paws to Read Story Times with Paws & Think therapy dogs on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10am. You can watch these story time videos on our Facebook page and our YouTube page. To support more online story telling from Paws & Think, please consider donating at www.pawsandthink.org/donate
Our therapy teams sure do miss their friends at Ascension St. Vincent! This special video has been played several times to all the patients and staff at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and is being shared with folks at the Main Hospital, Women’s Hospital, and Seton Specialty Hospital.
We want everyone to know that you are not alone. We are thinking of you and send our love.
Join our Executive Director, Kelsey, and Paws & Think’s smallest therapy dog, Pipsqueak, for another painting video. Kelsey and Pip teach you how to make art using your dog’s paw.
Clothes With a Cause is an awesome local shop that donates all proceeds to benefit various Indiana nonprofits. During the month of April, Clothes With a Cause is allowing shoppers to choose the nonprofit they would like their purchase to support.
To make a donation to Paws & Think through your purchase, you can shop at their online store at clotheswithacause.net. After you make a purchase, please email Kelli at Kelli.firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you pick Paws & Think as your charity.
Paws & Think Board Member Tom Lehman is the VP at Mansfield-King. They donated 1000 bottles of hand sanitizer for us to distribute to our program partners.
This week, we dropped off 600 bottles to our friends at Ascension St. Vincent/Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and 150 bottles to Adult & Child Health.
Jane from Adult & Child Health said, “I cannot express how thankful I am you thought of me/us. We still have staff on our homeless resource team going out to check on folks where they are- in camps, under bridges, or sadly just sleeping in parks or wherever they can find. I assure you the sanitizer will be put to good/vital use.”
We continue to help our program partners in many ways and will drop off the remaining bottles in the next week.
Mansfield-King has donated 100,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to our community. Thank you to Tom and the Mansfield-King team for this generous donation.
Do you ever wonder what our therapy dogs do when they aren’t working? Here’s a sneak peak at life at home.
Join our Executive Director, Kelsey, and Paws & Think’s smallest therapy dog, Pipsqueak, to help spread joy throughout Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. Kelsey and Pip talk about how you can help us to make rainbows to support and encourage the entire Ascension St. Vincent/Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital campus!
To submit your rainbow, take a picture of it and post it to Facebook or Instagram and tag us in the post. The pictures of your rainbows will be sent to the hospitals where they will be printed, laminated, and hung up on the walls to bring cheer to patients and staff.
Sunday Funday! Color or paint this adorable coloring sheet by Gabriel Lehman. What did you find in your Easter eggs? Happy Easter!
Sunday Funday! Grab your colored pencils, markers, or paint and decompress with this adorable coloring sheet by Gabriel Lehman. If you finish this coloring page, please post a picture to Facebook or Instagram and tag us! Bonus points if you put your pup in the picture with your completed sheet.