Cardea Beads - the support of a community for those facing illness
Volunteer beadmakers, patients, their family and friends, are welcome to come and learn the process of glass beadmaking. Meet the artists who create the beads while you participate in the process and learn from our instructor, so you too can create beautiful glass beads.
Cardea Beads is a program designed to support families coping with serious illness. Patients of all ages can tell their story, using colorful beads as meaningful symbols of courage that commemorate milestones they have achieved along their treatment path. Over time, the string of beads becomes a keepsake that tells a story of strength, courage and hope.
Patients, family members and friends are invited to come to the flameworking studio and create their own beads or donate their time to make beads for other patients. The Cardea Bead program creates a tangible expression of your loved one’s journey.
WSG provides training for volunteers, friends and family members. There is no minimum commitment for number of beads produced or hours volunteered.
Materials are provided at no cost to participants thanks to a grant from Lakeland Health Foundation. The Cardea Beads program is supported by Marie Yeager Cancer Center and Berrien County Cancer Service.
All are welcome on the following evenings from 6:30 - 8:30 pm:
Thursday, November 29
Tuesday December 13, 6:30 - 8:30
Contact Lynne at 269-925-5555 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.