Local Crafters Donate Handmade Toys to Arlington Police Department
By Susan Schrock
Posted on June 15, 2018, June 15, 2018


The Eunice Craft Club recently donated more than 40 handmade toys to the Arlington Police Department.

Thanks to the kindness of local crafters, Arlington police have dozens of new handmade stuffed animals to provide comfort to children suffering from a traumatic event.

Earlier this week, members of the Eunice Craft Club gifted more than 40 smiling teddy bears and colorful octopus plush toys to the Arlington Police Department. Officers keep these comforting toys on hand in their patrol cars to give children something to hold onto when they are scared.

The City of Arlington, which launched a Kindness Initiative last year, applauds the Eunice Craft Group and other volunteers who selflessly give to make The American Dream City a kinder place to live, work, play and learn.

People are encouraged to report acts of kindness that they perform, witness or were the recipient of through the City's Ask Arlington mobile app, on the Acts of Kindness website, or by posting on social media using #ArlingtonKindness and @CityofArlington.

Click here to read more about Acts of Kindness occurring throughout The American Dream City.

Arlington's Eunice Craft Club meets from 9 a.m. to noon each Monday at the Eunice Activity Center, 1000 Eunice St. For more information, call 817-277-8091.

Watch the video below to learn more about the Eunice Craft Club's support of the Arlington Police Department.

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