BE A PART OF THE CAMBRIDGE PURPLE APARTMENT!

At the start of 2016, Ronald McDonald House Charities approached The Purple Society to do another Purple Apartment for the new Cambridge House located at Phoenix Children’s Hospital! We are so blessed to be able to create apartments for extended stay families that are battling for their children’s lives. As many of you know, we are a Ronald McDonald House family, so we know first hand how important it is to have a home away from home during your child’s treatment.  Each Purple Apartment whisks the family away to a place where they are not thinking about hospitals, treatments, pokes, or pain. The Purple Apartments that we create are designed around all the places in the world that Nitalia loved best. The families feel like they are looking out magic windows to exotic locations around the world, they are like beautiful travel capsules!

We Need Your Support!

Research shows that a family presence in the hospital helps children heal and cope better. Staying close by allows parents to better communicate with their child’s medical team and improves adherence to complicated treatment plans.

The Cambridge Purple Apartment

This is your chance to create a lasting legacy of love. We have the need for several NEW items that will be used for the Cambridge Purple Apartment as well as future builds. Each generous Purple donor will get their name on The Purple Society website in recognition of their support. Each Purple Partner will be displayed on The Purple Society website as well as have there name/logo displayed in the Purple Apartment.
Thank you in advance for all of your support!

One Person CAN Make A Difference!®

A Purple Donor: Unlike hospitals and other foundations, the vast majority of funding for The Purple Apartments comes from individual generous donors like you.

A Purple Partner: This Purple Apartment project needs 10 corporate sponsors to help fund the build of this project. By partnering with The Purple Society, your company or organization will be helping support our mission to provide resources to ALL families actively fighting childhood cancer!

CALL US TODAY TO SUPPORT THE CAMBRIDGE HOUSE PURPLE APARTMENT PROJECT
602-326-7723
Cambridge House at Phoenix Children's Hospital

Purple Apartment Needs

Bedding

  • Pillows, queen size sheets, pillowcases, and mattress pad (all must be white cotton to accommodate bleaching)
  • Flat screen TV – 48”; with wall mount
  • Dresser or chests
  • Lamps
  • Small one drawer nightstands
  • Zippered mattress protectors
  • White cotton blankets (your choice as long as it’s washable!)

 

Bathroom

  • Bath towels, hand towels & wash cloths
  • Bathmats
  • Clear shower curtain liners
  • Small dining table (48” max) with 4 chairs
  • Comfortable living room chairs
  • Love seat
  • Sets of dishes (service for 8)
  • Utensils
  • Pots and pans

Decor & Design 

  • Lounge chair (for the rooms)
  • 48″ to 65+” flat screen televisions (large TV’s are for house common areas)
  • Flat screen TV wall mount
  • Alarm Clock
  • Artwork
  • Window blinds (vertical or horizontal)

General

  • Paint, paint brushes, painter’s tape, drop cloths
  • Cleaning supplies (glass, sink, toilet, tile floor, wood)
  • New vacuum (suitable for hard surfaces!)
  • Libman self-wringing mop and bucket
  • Toilet bowl scrubber and plunger

DONATE TODAY & HELP BUILD A HOME FOR HOPE

CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THIS PROJECT TODAY

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