Denver, Colorado 2021-05-27 18:18:57 –
Ellie, Koro — Two years have passed since Madeleine, daughter of Lauren and Tyler McDaniel, died just five weeks after birth.
“We spent 37 days with her. It was short, but it was fun,” said Lauren McDaniel.
A few months after the process of sadness, the McDaniels and his wife decided to start a non-profit organization in the name of their daughter. Maddy bow..
“A few months after getting out of the fog, I came up with the idea of doing something good,” Lauren said.
Lauren says she had a bow on her daughter’s head most of the short time she was on Earth.
In late March, the day after Maddy’s second birthday, Maddy’s bow officially became 501 (c) (3).
“Such small signs are pretty cool,” Lauren told Denver 7.
This non-profit organization customizes bows for sick girls and families of deceased daughters. The money collected from each bow sold will be donated to support medical expenses or to another non-profit organization of their choice.
Lindsey McMorran’s daughter, Peytonm, is currently being treated for a brain tumor. Peyton was one of the first to get a custom bow.
“I actually saw a one-on-one girl at school yesterday. She wore it. She likes it.
McMorran was very impressed with the support from Maddie’s Bows and donated to Maddie’s Bows through a non-profit organization. Hope Homes GroupA 501 (c) (3) allows a real estate agent to donate a portion of the fee to a charity.
The Charmed 33 boutique, a local store in Old Town Erie, sells bows to support missions that reach families across the country.
This is the best thing about a mother, as Lauren McDaniel said, “I can’t physically see the milestones here.
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