- People from all over Southern California have donated their old wedding gowns to be re-made into burial gowns or wraps for these small souls and their families. Many of the donated gowns come with stories: of family, friends, loss, laughter… Virtually all of the donations come with a wish to give new meaning to a gown that has outlived its original purpose.
- A group of dedicated volunteers meet monthly at Waterfront Studios to deconstruct gowns. They are then cut, sewn and lovingly finished and packaged. Each gown has a set of angel wings added to it, to help them on their journey.
- Completed gowns are distributed to local hospitals and care centers, where chaplains or charge nurses donate to families who need a kind gesture from the community to help ease their grief.
Some of the local recipients include: Providence Little Company of Mary Hospitals in San Pedro and Torrance, Kaiser South Bay, Harbor General, and Torrance Memorial