Angel Gowns

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Angel Gowns

Bradley Mattes   |   May 22, 2014

It’s devastating to lose a child to stillbirth or from complications of a premature birth. So Lisa Grubbs from Fort Worth, Texas created The Angel Gowns Program to help parents through the grieving process. Volunteers take donated wedding gowns and sew absolutely beautiful burial gowns from them. Each dress provides about twelve gowns. Lisa knows it won’t take the pain away, but every act of kindness helps. She founded a group that provides various support services for parents of hospitalized premature babies or those who have lost children. If you want to donate a dress, need an Angel Gown or the services they provide, visit today’s broadcast link at Life Issues dot org. You’ll find all the details you need. It’s one more way we can help others struggling with life issues.

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