Get in touch with Wrapped In Love to learn more about our work, find out how to donate or request a donation for your hospital. We appreciate your support and want to hear from you!
CONTACT WRAPPED IN LOVE
From a young age I have always been involved in charitable organizations, but I as a grew up I felt like I could be doing more. I wanted a project that would be creative, personal, and hands on and most importantly that was meaningful. Like most, I have had people close to me diagnosed with cancer. In a conversation with my family friend, she expressed to me her surprise that no one had ever thought to donate headscarves given that hair loss from chemotherapy is an extremely difficult process. I knew then that it would be the perfect project for me. Wrapped in Love was born!
HOW DO WE APPLY FOR A DONATION
To apply for a donation, please email us your information to or call us at 203-244-762.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A DONATION
Any hospital with a chemotherapy suite is eligible for a donation from Wrapped in Love
WHAT'S IN THE DONATION BASKET
Each donation basket typically contains 20-40 scarves, depending on the size of the hospital. A hand-signed information card is attached to every scarf with a bow!
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STAPLE'S STUDENT HONORS FAMILY & FRIEND WITH DONATION
December 5, 2016
To honor an aunt and close friend who both had cancer, Eve Korus, a senior at Westport’s Staples High School, purchased and gift-wrapped scarves for patients undergoing cancer treatment to use as head coverings. Eve presented the scarves to Bridgeport Hospital Oncology patient navigator Kim Bielecki, RN, in the hospital lobby.
TEEN WRAPS CANCER PATIENTS IN LOVE
September 7, 2016
Like many teenagers, Eve Korus, 17, has a lot on her plate. The Westport, Conn. high school senior keeps busy with homework, college planning, and soccer, but she still finds time to give back to the community — especially patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer.
KORUS HELPS THE COUMMUNITY ONE SCARF AT A TIME
Staples High School, Inklings - April 1, 2016
Eve Korus ’17 isn’t your average 17 year old. She’s wrapped up in her varsity soccer team, close knit circle of friends but most importantly, her very own charity: Wrapped in Love.
WRAPPED IN LOVE IN THE NEWS
One of our community bootcamp fundraisers
Hand packaged with individual handwritten notes
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With the fantastic staff at Norwalk Hospital
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WHAT WE DO
We are a non-profit organization that raises money through community fundraisers to donate headscarves to chemotherapy patients. We aim to give those going through the toughest times in their lives even the smallest bit of comfort. Learn more about the donations that have been made, and how you can get involved.