Jean Unger and Sandy Boy.
Bedtime Bundles Honors Volunteers of the Year on Monday, February 14, 2011. Sandy Boy of Marco/Chicago & Jean Unger of East Naples/Cape Cod. Sandy Boy organized knitters on Marco, as well as around the country to knit hats for our bundles. We interviewed mothers asking if there was something they would like to see added to our
Left to right, Teresa, Andrea, Karen Saeks, Betty, Elaine, Maryellen, Debbie, Peggy, Ellie, Kate and Roberta. Karen Saeks was presented with a check for Bedtime Bundles, Inc. on Feb. 17. “I met these ladies at the Marco Y years ago. They have been involved from the beginning,” Saeks said. Submitted photos
bundles; the overwhelming response was hats. That’s all Sandy needed to hear! Within five months Sandy had over 2,000 hats. Jean Unger is the kind of volunteer that we would love to clone. Jean is a organized, a self starter, competent and an overall pleasure. You give Jean an assignment and you know without a doubt it
Jean Cholka from Marco and Volunteers from China, India and all over the USA belong to “Freeborders.” They came to Bedtime Bundles and volunteered their time assembling hygiene bags, folding and separating pillowcases according to gender and a variety of other things. “We actually ran out of items,” according to Trish Brauninger, Volunteer Coordinator. Thanks A Bundle, Jean, for making the assembly process so much easier.
will be done correctly and in a timely fashion. Jean has graciously agreed to be the Co-Chair of Assembly/Distribution of bundles much to the delight of Donna Reiley, Chair. We have been blessed with dedicated and loyal volunteers and look forward to continuing to improve the lives of migrant children. We could not fulfill our mission without them…Thanks A Bundle!