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The Periwinkle Foundation wrapped up its 3rd annual Periwinkle Day Camp hosted at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. The Periwinkle Foundation volunteers transformed St. Vincent de Paul into a vibrant, adventure-filled summer camp that included traditional camp activities that … Continue reading
Hospital waiting rooms can be so boring! But the Periwinkle Foundation knows just how to make them Dino-mite! Camp Periwinkle Days at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers has transformed the waiting room into a thrilling, dino-themed summer camp for the … Continue reading
There was not a dry eye in the Coulson Tough Elementary classroom as students surprised The Periwinkle Foundation representatives with a $30,000 check – the most the school has ever raised in the history of the annual Race for Awareness. … Continue reading
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Motivated by Coulson Tough Elementary and Conroe ISD families with children battling cancer, the school’s annual Race for Awareness 5K event raised money for the Periwinkle Foundation. Read the full article here
Not really a “gala” gala, this laid back evening featured several interactive experiences including virtual skeet shooting and driving range, live painting by artist Taft McWhorter, and tailgating with the University of Houston mascot, Shasta, and Rice University’s mascot, Sammy the Owl. … Continue reading
THIS SATURDAY, MARCH 3 IS SHAPING UP to be full of opportunity—to burn calories, raise money for children’s charity, and pretend you’re an extra in Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side” music video. Starting at 8 a.m., fitness centers around the city are hosting … Continue reading
Fort Bend County Libraries is displaying “Making A Mark,” an exhibition of art and creative writing by children touched by cancer and blood disorders at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers, presented by The Periwinkle Foundation, through Feb. 28, in … Continue reading