They make stuffed dogs that are given to the children whose families end up at the YWCA Family Center. This center provides emergency shelter and critical services to stabilize homeless families in central Ohio. Their goal is to help families find housing within 3 weeks of entering the program. The dogs are just a small way of giving comfort to the children while they are in transition. They make hundreds of dogs each year and they are distributed on a regular basis to the children, they are called to share God’s love. They have people who cut the dogs out, embroider faces, sew the dogs, and stuff them. They do this because all children deserve to have something of their own.