Glen’s Gang
~VBF Kids Who Care© Pen Pal and Newsletter Group~

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Click here to download the Glen’s Gang Permission Form.

For more information about Glen’s Gang:
Write: Glen’s Gang,Glenda Ethington
c/o Tiffany Ethington
1361 Dale Drive
Lexington, Ky 40517

Hello and welcome to Glen’s Gang!

My name is Glen, and I have a birthmark on my face called a port wine stain. I also have Sturge-Weber syndrome.

GlenI would like you to join Glen’s Gang, a monthly newsletter and pen pal group for kids with birthmarks and their brothers and sisters.

In the newsletter we can share stories, pictures, and write about things going on in our lives – like school, music, art, hobbies, and family events. We can even talk about our birthmarks. You can even write to me and other Glen’s Gang members as pen pals.

When you join the gang, you will receive a VBF Kids Who Care bracelet and a monthly newsletter. Be sure and get permission to join from your parent or guardian.

Your Friend,

Glen's Gang Featured in Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader

Representative for VBF Kids Who Care and VBF/SWSC Glen's Gang featured in a local newspaper article.
'They shouldn't be ashamed' Boy starts support group for kids with birthmarks


Glen’s Gang
A VBF Kids Who Care© Program
sponsored by the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation
and the Sturge-Weber Syndrome Community.


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