Hand crafted jewelry in support of Springtime at Snowline
Dr. Sandra Hand Story
Volunteer, Dr. Sandra Hand, spends her Thursday Mornings calling patients and making sure they have everything they need as part of Snowline’s Tuck-In Caller program. Tuck-In Caller Volunteers are trained for their duties and are an integral part of the support volunteers provide for patients. When Dr. Hand isn’t making calls to patients, she can be found creating jewelry in her home. Dr. Hand has been making jewelry for fifty years. She is inspired to create her one-of-a-kind pieces because of the joy it brings her and the people who wear them. "I love the meditative aspects of losing myself in creating something unique and valuable for someone who will enjoy wearing it," said Dr. Hand.
Most of her creations are donated and Snowline is grateful to be a recipient of her work over the years. According to Dr. Hand, "Almost all my work over the last 50 years until the 2018 auction has been gifted to people I care about. This is very similar. I am giving the work of my hands as something I can do."
Dr. Hand has been volunteering to call patients, on a weekly basis, as part of Snowline's Tuck-In Caller Program since 2014.
Snowline is looking for additional items for the live and silent auctions. Please consider donating.
Virtual silent auction events have been successful for other organizations. We know that with your volunteer support, Snowline's Silent Auction will be successful in raising needed funds for our veterans, families, and youth. The silent auction will kick-off at 7:00 pm on May 27st, 2021.