Treasure Boxes

 Treasure Boxes for Kids

The Raindrop Chapter of Portland is still making children smile after all these years.

This program brings joy to young hospital patients at the Shriners Hospital and makes the world more aware of decorative painting.

This caring endeavor was created in early 2006 by “Ladybug” Jan McCraw and shortly thereafter became an official Treasure Boxes for Kids program. It has since also become been one of the main Charity programs adopted by the The Raindrop Chapter, Portland, Oregon Object of the program is to create hand painted (or brightly decorate using stickers) “treasure boxes” for boys and girls who are receiving free pediatric specialty care at Shriners Hospitals for Children. These young patients are given small gifts to divert their attention from their pain. Treasure Boxes are containers the youngsters can use to store their toys. All members are invited to join in the fun and help this worthy cause. The process is simple. Treasure boxes should be able to fit into the drawer of a hospital bedside table. Shoe boxes, craft or photo storage boxes (available at craft stores) are the correct size. The boxes should be painted with a design appropriate for a boy or girl under 18 years of age. If you plan to use a copyrighted design, please obtain permission from the artist. Georgia Magarrell , a member of the Raindrop Chapter has been a Treasure Box Ambassador for Oregon since 2007. The Raindrop Chapter gives a minimum of 40 decorated boxes a year to the Shriners Hospital for Children – Portland, Oregon. These boxes are painted by Raindrop Members and given to the children filled with stickers, color books and crayolas. Some boxes are given filled with stickers to let the children decorate their own boxes.

They Love them.

When the boxes are completed please bring them to a Raindrop Chapter meeting or contact:

Georgia Magarell, TDA
2485 SW Giese Loop
Gresham, OR 97080
Phone: 503-975-9447
Email her here
Note for February 2020
Georgia Magarell deliverd 30 Treasure Boxes to the Portland Shriners Hospital.
































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