Bereavement Baby Memory Box

The P.A.T. Ministry
Providing A Treasure

What is the P.A.T. Ministry?

The P.A.T. Ministry provides to families who experience the loss of a baby (stillbirth, or early infant death) a beautiful, white treasure box filled with a burial gown, a bonnet, an envelope for the baby’s hair, a copy of “Morning Will Come,” and a blanket all wrapped in acid free tissue paper. They are dispersed through hospitals and sometimes churches that request one.

Bereavement Baby Memory Boxes

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You can have one on hand at your church or send one to a friend for $25.00 plus S&H depending on how fast you need it delivered. You can order the Bereavement Baby Memory Box online by clicking here, or call our office for help with this at 704.841.1320 or you can e-mail us at

Who gets the boxes?
Primarily hospitals but can also be requested by a Pastor or personal requests for friends.

How can you help?
Our biggest need is for the blankets, gowns, and bonnets to be sewn and for materials to be given. You can email for info on receiving patterns to sew for us. Also, if your women’s group would like to give a donation or purchase some supplies for us, they are listed below. God bless you.

We have continuing needs for the following items:

Available at Wal-Mart or Hancock’s Fabric store
5 yards Spring Mills Only White Batiste fabric

10 cards white buttons, 1/4-inch size only
(la petite brand at Hancock’s Fabric; LeBouton brand at Wal-Mart)

5 packages white Soft and Easy Hem Tape by Wrights

5 spools white thread—prefer Coats extra fine or Mettler Metrosene

5 yards flannel fabric—white, light pastels (pink or blue), or tiny pastel print suitable for babies

5 yards white decorative lace trim, no wider than 1/2-inch

Available at Michael’s Craft store, WalMart or Garden Ridge
5 spools of 1/8-inch satin ribbon—white, pale pink or pale blue

Additional items:
$10-$15 gift cards at Office Depot for printing P.A.T. gown patterns so that we can provide patterns so women can sew.

Books of postage stamps for mailing patterns and thank you notes to women who sew.

Always appreciated:
Gift cards at Wal-Mart or Hancock’s so that we can purchase things we are out of or would like to have.

We need women to sew the gowns, bonnets, and blankets.

Your gift will help provide God’s comfort to a grieving family

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