OUR STORY:

A MOTHER AND SON ON A MISSION TO HELP GRIEVING CHILDREN

In 2013, Susan Binau's nine-year-old son handed her a booklet with the words "Almost done, Mom."

"What is almost done, my love," she asked, and he replied,

"The book I wrote to Noah's sister." 

Andy has lost his friend Noah to brain cancer and wanted to write a book to the grieving sister. Susan encouraged Andy to finish the book, and it was published four months later.

 

Andy's book was a story about a three-legged super dog Zam, whose mission was to help children. The combined story and activity book was later used by the teachers from his school as a tool to help the children talk about loss and grief. 

 

Though Susan's non-profit in Denmark, the book became an essential part of a donation program, the AngelKIT Heart Package (HJERTEPAKKE package), for children who have a terminally ill relative. With a generous donation from several large foundations, including OLE KIRKS FOND, a Danish charity named after the founder of Lego, Ole Kirk, 3000 children received the books. 

Andy proofreading his book.

Andy and Susan donating books to hospitals and schools.

Nurses with book donations.

Susan's Story

ANNUAL WINGS OF LOVE FUNDRAISER IN FLORIDA

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