Here is just a simple request for this dispatcher who was in a terrible accident to receive cards of support. Please when you send cards, packages, etc. make sure you not only sign your name, but that you also put Layers of Hope - Quilting 911 on it so the dispatcher knows where you heard about them.
If we are going to grow, to be able to fill our shelves, we need to make sure others know and share our story. By simply placing our name on your card it is my prayers that others will hear about us and want to reach out.
A quilt for this dispatcher will be heading out on Monday thanks to several of our wonderful quilters who have helped to somewhat stock our shelves and this is when it means the most.
When we have 17 quilts on the shelves and receive two calls for help for 8 of those to be sent within 24 hours, so keep those quilts coming.
Monday Feb. 17, Carroll County Dispatcher Aleisha Williamson was a
passenger in the vehicle on SR 29 in Clinton County. The Driver lost
control of the vehicle on icy roads and slid and was T-Boned on the
passenger’s side by another vehicle. Aleisha had her seatbelt on, but
suffered many internal injuries.
Aleisha has a long road to recovery and needs our prayers and support. If you would like to send a card:
Please mail to:
416 N Water Street
Camden, Indiana 46917