Do you believe in superheroes? After you watch this video, you will.

Amy Pankratz, a stay-at-home mother of three in South Dakota, crafts custom capes for sick children and their siblings. She reads their story, she thinks about them, and she prays for them as she is making each cape...infusing it with special powers of hope and courage for each child. And it works! As 5-year-old Brooke Mulford (a.k.a "Super Brooke") says, "It helps me to be brave".


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  • Admin

    Contact information to inquire about donations to WonderCapes is on the Home and Contact page of the website: (The link is also given in the first "Be the Change" action item to the right of the video.)

  • Deb

    Where can I send a donation to help with the cost of this wonderful undertaking?

  • Carol Barker

    Amy is an Angel! May I donate some money to you to help you defray some of your costs? You will be in my prayers.

  • Dhanesh Shah

    Superb attitude for doing great moral support to the children. A big salute to her.

  • bwawili

    what an amazing gift for the children, which i'm sure they'll remember forever! The ripple of one person will inspire lots in the near-future. :)

  • Nita Row

    What a wonderful wonderful thing to do! The very thought of someone being so compassionate fills me with such a warm fuzzy feeling. Kudos!

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