Dallas Child Magazine Features Silverado’s “Cards from Kids” Program in February Issue

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In the February issue of Dallas Child magazine, the Silverado Hospice of Dallas/Fort Worth’s “Cards from Kids” program was featured as an activity for children in the DFW metroplex. The posting called for parents to encourage their children to create Valentine’s Day cards for the patients at Silverado Hospice. Many individuals and groups chose to participate in this project, and many, many of our hospice patients were blessed with original artwork in the form of Valentine’s Day cards from area kids. What a great way to bring sunshine into the lives of hospice patients!

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