It’s scary enough for an adult to get sick or injured and end up in an ambulance, so imagine how frightening it is for a child. The Cypress Fairbanks Association of Retired Educators (Cy-FARE) did imagine that and they came up with a solution. For some time now the group of retired educators has been donating stuffed animals every few months to help comfort kids who end up in ambulances. It is one of their service projects that they call “A Hug for YOUth!”
Cy-FARE member and former president Martha Steele dropped off 20 new furry friends at our administration building this week. The animals were all bagged separately to keep them clean until they are needed. All of the animals have a personal message from CyFARE attached.
Thanks to the members of Cy-Fare for their continued support of Cypress Creek EMS and our youngest patients.