Delivering Infusion Friendly Sweaters to Children's Hospital

The Giving Coast

The startup company Aleah Wares delivered a donation of Infused Comfort™ sweaters to the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. The Infused Comfort™ sweaters are designed to assist and comfort the children undergoing IV-based therapies. This effort was made possible through a grant from the New College of Florida, as well as the generosity of numerous individuals from Richmond to Sarasota.  The delivery culminates over three years of effort to bring the Infused Comfort sweater from concept to finished product. The company’s CEO, Aleah Colón-Alfonso, designed the sweaters while undergoing her own intravenous treatment during her freshman year at New College of Florida in Sarasota, Florida. The patent-pending design allows for patients to take the sweater on and off without disconnecting or disrupting existing IV therapies.

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