Shelley Colquitt, President of Hope’s Seed and Co-Founder of CoinHealth, and Michael Ryan, CEO of CoinHealth, are requesting donations of new all gender and ability LEGO sets for the medically fragile and terminally ill children of Children’s Medical Center Dallas.
This evening, Michael Ryan delivered three dozen LEGO sets to Shelley Colquitt and The Hope’s Seed Foundation. Michael and Shelley became fast friends a little over a year ago and founded CoinHealth together. Hope’s Seed’s recent charitable effort to provide a special gift for Christmas to these amazing children was documented here tonight by a special guest. This has helped spread Hope’s Seed’s important message to both the DFW metroplex and the entire nation.
Meredith Yeomans of NBC 5 DFW/ KXAS-TV, for being the compassionate reporter that you are, by helping raise awareness, and bring some much-needed normalcy and affection to these children’s lives. The release date for this story is TBA.
Shelley estimates that, at any given time, between the two Children’s Medical Center Dallas facilities (Dallas & Plano) there are 700 children in an inpatient capacity. This year, our goal is to provide a set of LEGO’s to each child in the inpatient care of Children’s Medical Center Dallas. We have time but need help from the community to bring a Christmas smile to these children’s faces and let them know we care and that they are not alone.
We at Hope’s Seed and CoinHealth thank you directly from the bottom of our hearts.
All donations of LEGO’s can be mailed to :
Shelly Colquitt – Hope’s Seed
Hope’s Seed is a registered 501c3, Non-Profit in the State of Texas
5101 Stonecrest Drive
McKinney, TX 75071
For further details about this charitable campaign please email :