Mothers Create Custom Jewelry at Kendra Scott Event
Moms and patients were surprised Tuesday when Kendra Scott's Kendra Cares program stopped by.
Kendra Scott's Kendra Cares program stopped by Tuesday to surprise mothers and patients at Cook Children's Medical Center.
The moms created custom jewelry at no cost, as a part of the program. They chose their own colors and components to create a piece at the Color Bar.
“Today's event focused on mothers and NICU moms who may be first-time moms and may be celebrating their first Mothers Day while in the hospital,” said Megan Hodges-Cook, Community Program Coordinator at Cook Children's. “We've invited those NICU moms to make something special just for them. I consider it a jackpot day because it's like hitting the jackpot.”
It's the first in-person Kendra Scott event at Cook Children's since before the pandemic. Kendra Cares visits pediatric hospitals across the country.
“We're here to spread a little more love and joy,” said Rachael Stagner, Kendra Scott Event Manager.