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Joni DiMino

As a 12 year-old undergoing chemotherapy, Amanda envisioned and designed a shirt that would give all children a sense of dignity and control. We call that shirt, Comfycozy’s for Chemo.

It was the beginning of what has now become a clothing line designed with the input from young users everywhere. The adaptive apparel line has zippers, buttons, snaps, pockets, and openings to allow nurses to access the child’s port while allowing them to remain covered. They asked for hoodies, dresses, onesies for infants, and shirts designed with their favorite logos and characters in a variety of colors.

Partnering with both in-patient and out-patient programs throughout Arizona, Comfycozy’s Care Packs have been provided to more than 5000 kids. Moving forward we will be expanding distribution to the many hospitals who have expressed an interest across the country.