100 Women Who Care felt the power of Piggie Bear’s message and selected ELF as the recipient of a grant to donate Piggie Bear books to CHOC Children’s Hospital.
The Library Technicians at Capistrano USD each received a copy of “The Power of Piggie Bear” to share with their young students.
Many of the children at Casa Hogar live in poverty. “The Power of Piggie Bear”, available in Spanish, teaches them that they are amazing just the way they are, and to give themselves a big hug on days when they don’t feel so great.
Piggie Bear in Mexico
Mara James and Advisory Board member Adrienne Matros visit Casa Hogar in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to introduce them to Piggie Bear’s powerful messages.
Mara and Piggie Bear spread the joy to children at CHOC Children’ Hospital, who are especially vulnerable to emotional turmoil.
Piggy Bear shared her message of inclusion, diversity, and affirmation with the children at Fairmont Elementary School.
High Five for Mental Health
A mascot sized Piggie Bear made a special appearance at the High Five event at Dana Hills High School in April 2018.
Mara, Piggie Bear and the ELF team bring some love and laughter to homeless children at the Project Hope Alliance event in Aug 2018.
Boys and Girls Love Piggie Bear
Horace Mann Elementary School in Anaheim has embraced the teachings of Piggie Bear and invited ELF to present the book to their Kindergarten and Grade 1 classes.
Lydia McLaughlin, one of the Real Housewives of the OC, is mom to three young boys and enjoys reading PB to them.
Poppy Jamie is a British entrepreneur and TV presenter who launched Happy Not Perfect, an app focused on improving mental health and positive wellbeing.
Thank you, TSO!
A big thank you to Tennis Serves Others for their grant which enabled ELF to hand out books to at risk foster children at the Kids’ Carnival organized by the Illumination Foundation.