Aiden's Project and Project Linus

Aiden's Project was created in loving memory of Aiden Grace Kimbrell to provide bereavement support for families that lose a pregnancy or a newborn.  They provide memory boxes for the angel families of Medical Arts Hospital in Lamesa, Texas with a blanket, tiny baby rattle, candle, Bible, bear, CD, and now diapers.
Aiden's Project also provides memory boxes to local funeral homes and when Aiden's mommy learns through the grapevine about a family in the community that did not receive a memory box for the loss of their angel, she has been known to drive a memory box right to their front door.  Aiden's legacy has touched families in Lamesa, Dawson county, Colorado City, Plainview, and beyond.  Eventually, Aiden's Project hopes to be able to provide memory boxes to all those who stand in need.

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We were honored to provide 10 diapers made by the Green Family to Aiden's Project.

When the Northern Utah chapter of Project Linus learned about Teeny Tears, they very generously donated 68 exquisitely handcrafted teeny tiny itty bitty blankets to our headquarters for the families that we serve.
We sent 5 of these precious treasures to Aiden's Project.

"At Project Linus, a non-profit organization, we provide homemade blankets to children in need. Our blankets are lovingly made by adults and children from all walks of life and many different sources."

Thank you, Project Linus!

And we love you, Aiden's Project!