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Our 10th year for this event in Beaverton, Oregon netted 150 blankets, despite the snow and ice of the week.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA - Regina Mendieta is helping needy children of the Inland Empire one blanket at a time.
Binky Patrol is an all volunteer national nonprofit that makes homemade blankets to children born with HIV, infected with AIDS or other chronic and terminal illnesses, those who are abused, in foster care or experiencing trauma of any kind.
A successful Mother/Daughter binky-making event!
The four-year-old preschool classroom at the KinderCare Learning Center in Clifton Park, New York donated this beautiful quilt. The quilt was given to a 4 year old who is undergoing chemotherapy.
Welcome! We're so glad you're interested in participating in Binky Patrol. There are chapters in almost every state that you can join. You can also take this on as a project on your own or with your friends or family. Please click here to fill out our student sign up form.
For the third year, St. Ann School (pre-K through eighth graders) held their own campus wide Bink-A-Thon. The students at the school ask "when will our Bink-a-thon be?!" starting the first day of school. Thank you to the wonderful parents, teachers and other staff at St. Ann who made this successful event possible.
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