Personalizing your Inspirational Gift is Easy as 1-2-3

in memory of Bonnie Rose-the-inspiration-behind-the purple-wishing-gateAfter my 12 year old daughter, Bonnie Rose, passed away from cancer, "The Purple Wishing Gate" came to me in a dream. I imagined her standing behind a beautiful purple gate in what appeared to be a heavenly garden. It would be just like her to find a purple gate... it was her favorite color! In the dream, I watched her as she greeted people at the gate, but she wouldn't let them in. Instead, she listened to their "wishes," wrote them on little pieces of paper, then ran off to give them to God. She was very busy, very happy and very important in her new position in Heaven, helping people turn to God for what they need!

Thus, "The Purple Wishing Gate" was born ..."Where wishes made are turned to prayer, so God can keep them in His care!"

And in her loving memory, I donate 10% of all proceeds to help children with cancer, so thank you for your order!

Back To School for Teachers during Covid

Supporting Teachers Back-to-School Efforts During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Barbara MacAdam August 12, 2020 3 min read

Much like everything else during this Pandemic, the traditional role of the teacher is morphing into something new and unexpected. Like the pioneers of old, they’re forging the way through frontiers both exciting and scary, while being expected to lead our children on a journey through uncharted territory.
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PWG Donates Gifts to Children With Cancer for Christmas

PWG Founder Barbara D. MacAdam donates Christmas Gifts to Children with Cancer!

by Barbara MacAdam December 12, 2019 4 min read

This Christmas, will be purchasing $25 Visa Gift Cards for every child living on the Pediatric Oncology Ward, and all those treating at the chemo out-patient clinic at the A.I. Dupont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE! Want to help?  We are once again, coordinating our "LIKE US ON FACEBOOK" campaign with our Christmas Gift donations, and all we ask is that you spread the word to help us reach our goal of 5,000 likes by Christmas!
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Remembering the Day After the Towers Fell… by founder Barbara D. MacAdam

Remembering the Day After the Towers Fell… by founder Barbara D. MacAdam

by Barbara MacAdam September 05, 2019 5 min read

...after the horrific events of 9/11 unfolded before our eyes, it seemed as if nothing positive could ever come from that day.  Then, slowly we started to hear the stories of how a car battery dying, a missed bus, a sudden illness and even a disabling car crash prevented people from being at the twin towers during the time of the attack.  Crisis in those moments, turned out to be blessings in disguise!
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