Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams
For the 3rd year in a row, hundreds of volunteers from around the Metro Detroit area are participating in Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams, a program created by the Beaumont Children’s Pediatric Family Advisory Council at Beaumont Children’s, Royal Oak.
Universal Ambulance is honored to be included in such a positive event and proud of our team members who volunteered for such a great cause, each taking a few extra minutes at the end of their day to wish these little ones a good night.
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WHAT IS “MOONBEAMS FOR SWEET DREAMS”?
“Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams,” is a program created by the Beaumont Children’s Pediatric Family Advisory Council at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. We’re excited to be bringing this program back for the third straight year!
At 8 p.m. December 1 – 25, pediatric patients will shine flashlights from the hospital windows and look for community members standing outside the hospital to flash them back.
“Many children are unable to leave their rooms and can feel isolated in the hospital as the rest of the world continues without them,” Beaumont Children’s Child Life Supervisor Kathleen Grobbel said. “With the help of the community, we can make sure they go to bed with smiles on their faces.”