Tiny Hands Foundation Introduces “The Teddy Bear Squad” Provides Teddy Bears for every Bradenton Police Department Patrol Car to be given to Children in Distress

BRADENTON, FL, APRIL, 2015 – The Tiny Hands Foundation has announced they will donate hundreds of new Teddy Bears to the Bradenton Police Department. The ‚Teddy Bear Squad‘ will ride with Bradenton Police Officers to be given out to help comfort children they encounter that may be in distress.

We hope you will consider participating in The Teddy Bear Squad. Just $5 provides a brand new comfort bear for a child that may be involved in a traumatic situation. Donate online quickly and easily by PayPal or credit card. http://TinyHandsFoundation.org

Presentation Ceremony: Members of the media are invited to attend the presentation. Bradenton Chief of Police Michael Radzilowski will welcome the Teddy Bear Squad who will “report for duty” on Tuesday April 7, 2015 at 10:00 am EST.

What: Bradenton Police Department Teddy Bear Squad Presentation Ceremony
Where: Bradenton Police Department District 2 Office, 1404 14th Street W, Bradenton FL 34205
When: Tuesday April 7, 2015 at 10:00 am EST
Who: All interested press, organization volunteers, community members

About the Tiny Hands Foundation

Since 2001 the Tiny Hands Foundation, founded by Sarasota businessman and philanthropist, Rod Khleif, along with the assistance of hundreds of community friends, donors, sponsors, and volunteers has led charitable initiatives benefiting over 30,000 underprivileged children and families throughout Sarasota, Manatee, and Desoto counties.

„We are excited to introduce the ‘Teddy Bear Squad’ and to provide Teddy Bears to patrol with our Bradenton Police Officers to be given out to children that may be in distress. If one of these teddy bears comforts, consoles, or eases the pain of a single child that is experiencing trauma, then our goal has been met,“ said Rod Khleif, Founder and President, Tiny Hands Foundation.

The Tiny Hands Foundation’s core mission is to improve the quality of impoverished children’s lives within our area. The Foundation believes in fostering an exchange of generosity and gratitude between the fortunate in our community and those who are in need.

Media contact: Ron Trytek
Tiny Hands Foundation
Direct phone:  941-704-8379
email: ron@TinyHandsFoundation.org
Web: http://TinyHandsFoundation.org


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