How do you define a Hero? This is what we asked ourselves as we went to work on a collection to honor our veterans. In these auctions you will find an amazing assortment of superheroes and real heroes. These are our true super heroes! They are selflessly our protectors. I would like to thank all of our service men and women for your service to our country. You are my superhero. You are Batman without his cape.
These amazing collections will be sold as 100 percent donation to Fisher House Foundation. We did some research to find a veterans charity that spends the money wisely where we could feel confident that your donations will be put to very good use.
A Fisher House is “a home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. The homes are normally located within walking distance of the treatment facility or have transportation available. There are 63 Fisher Houses located on 23 military installations and 24 VA medical centers. Many more houses are under construction or in design.
- Families served: More than 180,000
- Number of lodging days offered: Over 4.7 million
- Saved families more than $200 million in lodging and transportation costs
What tribute to our veterans would be complete without including the people we entrust to take care of them?
We are very excited to present to you our Military Hospital Collection by Dolls for a Cause.
Meet our Doctor, Nurse and Patient
Donated by Holly Linehan - of New York Doll Designs on Ebay
Classic Vintage Nursing outfit - pattern donated by Med Welch
Dress - made from a crisp white cotton blend, completely lined featuring short sleeves, pointed cuffs, collar, full straight skirt with side pockets, embroidered red cross on the bodice front. The dress closes in front with snaps and I have sewn decorative buttons over the snaps.
Cap - Classic Nursing Cap made of crisp white cotton, featuring a navy braided trim.
Cape - Navy blue and fully lined, featuring side slits as shown in pictures, a red embroidered cross and closes in front with a snap.
Shoes - Sophia brand white lace up shoes donated by Maurita Barefield
Donated by Birdie Wright
Hospital scrubs - Everything is finished to prevent fraying.
Shirt - has a working front pocket and closes in the back with velcro.
Pants - have elastic waistband.
Surgical mask is fully lined and stays on face with elastic band.
Scrub hat is fully lined and has elastic around it for a nice tight fit on the doll's head
Donated by Maurita Barfield - Of Nana's Doll Closet
USMC pjs- everything finished to prevent fraying
Tank top is machine embroidered and closes in the back with snaps.
Pants are in a bottom weight camo fabric and have an elastic waistband.
*Dolls Are Not Included*
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Tomorrow I showcase our fourth and final Super Heroes vs. Real Heroes auction: our military heroes!