NEW ORLEANS – A message from the Louisiana Children’s Museum.
We need your help to make the world a little brighter.
Lambeth House is an independent living community for retirees, located in Uptown New Orleans. They were among the first places in the city to be affected by COVID-19 and are currently under lock down. This type of self-isolation is being imposed for safety reasons, but it can take a toll on the residents’ and staff’s mental health.
Louisiana Children’s Museum knows that children can be a beacon in dark times. That’s why we’re turning to you and your child to help shine some light through Lambeth House by creating Care Cards and drawings to share. A Care Card can be a “thinking of you” note, a family portrait, a picture of your pet, a rainbow, a “see you soon” note, or anything that expresses love and hope.
Once your child has completed their creations, all you have to do is drop those creations off at Louisiana Children’s Museum. Although our doors are currently closed, we have provided a designated box, located at the Welcome Deck under the covered area of our porch outside the Museum Store. Drop your contributions into the box, and we’ll take care of the rest.
The state of of things is ever-changing, and we want to make sure your child’s creations are able to be delivered. That is why our deadline to participate is a quick one: this Friday, March 20, at Noon. We want to collect as many treasures as possible, so please join in, share this message on social media, and invite your friends and family to join in this labor of love.
Yours in Health and Wellness,
CEO, Louisiana Children’s Museum