Abbi Zamani is a third-grader who has stepped into the role of a supporter who brings love and hope to cancer patients at her local hospital.
Abbi works with her grandmother to sew pillows by hand.
Using beautiful and fun colors, she makes a variety for every taste among the cancer patients.
She delivers them to the hospital regularly and stacks them where the patients can see them.
Each patient gets to choose a pillow for comfort while they undergo treatment.
Abbi’s mother is battling cancer as well.
Amanda Mouck of The Hux Cancer Center where Abbi delivers the pillows said to Inside Edition, “It melts your heart, especially somebody so young having such kindness, empathy, and compassion in her heart.”
The center does its best to comfort the people who face such difficult ordeals.
It’s up to the rest of the community to bring love and light into the lives of people who desperately need it.
This is what Abbi does. Her pillows bring comfort to the patients during their illness.
“I just like all the pillows because it reminds me that everyone should be comfortable,” Abbi said to Inside Edition.
The third-grader continued saying, “I like to let people know that I love them and that they can fight cancer.”
Children of all ages can look around, see what they can do to help the community.
If we all pull together, we can ease suffering in every corner of the world- just like Abbi does.
“Other kids have a lot to learn from this little girl, “Mouck told the news channel.