Mother and son duo donate handmade scrub caps for Scripps Mercy Chula Vista


Last updated 8/20/2020 at 3:08pm

Joel Anderson holds his handmade scrub caps.

When the coronavirus pandemic struck the nation, many hospitals were sorely lacking in medical supplies to treat the new surge of patients. People in Fallbrook and all over the country began making face masks for health care workers, but Joel Anderson and his mother Sandi Anderson decided to help another way.

They have been involved in the Autism Tree Project Foundation for 16 years, and this foundation created "ATPF Cares" to provide hospital patients with gift bags to keep them occupied during the pandemic. These "Smile Bags" contain crossword puzzles, coloring books, colored pencils an...

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