{ Comfort Bags for Chemo Patients }

I love giving back to my small, but amazing, community. The giving heart of our community is what makes living in a small town great!

Like  most of you reading this, I’ve watched people that I care about, that I love, get diagnosed with cancer and fight through chemotherapy. I’ve seen firsthand what it does to the body, the mind, and the spirit of a person. It can be absolutely heartbreaking.

On the way home from National Conference this past year during the 4 1/2 hour drive from Columbus, OH, three of my team members and I decided it was time for us to do Comfort Bags for the local chemotherapy patients. They are our mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, and friends that going through one of the hardest times of their lives.

In my local hospital, around 200 patients receive chemotherapy a year. It is our goal to provide each patient in the upcoming year a Comfort Bag. The Comfort Bags will be filled with things that will put a smile on the patients’ lives, help distract them during treatment, bring them comfort and simply let them know that others are thinking of them.


I would love your support in reaching that goal.

For a donation of just $25 you can help bring a little light to someone’s life when they need it the most.

To make a donation and sponsor a bag (or more!) please CLICK HERE.

You can also email me at Heather@HeathersBags.com, or send me a friend request on Facebook  if you have questions or would like to make a donation!

Thank you so much for your support!

Are you a Thirty-One Consultant who would like to impact your community by doing your own Comfort Bag Drive? Click here for a How To Guide!


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