The Robson Ranch Woodworkers are at it again. Cook Children’s Hospital reached out to us asking if we could make a commemorative box for keepsake items for their ICU patients. They said something simple. Boyce Irwin gathered our talent and resources, and we made a dozen boxes out of beautiful Colorado Beetle Pine. They measure 12x12x4 with a beveled drop-in lid. They turned out gorgeous.
The memory boxes are used in long-term care and intensive care areas most as this is where they lose little ones. The boxes contain photos, crafts the kids may have made, a 3D plaster cast of the child’s hand and other memorabilia.
The Woodworkers are always happy to help out with charitable donations. It’s not our duty, it’s our pleasure.