Nonprofit, gun club team up to bring comfort to patients at Children's Minnesota

December 16, 2018 10:06 AM

A Minnesota nonprofit and Chanhassen gun club have teamed up to bring comfort to patients at Children's Minnesota. 

Ally Doucette started Allyhoo, a nonprofit that creates pillows that are sent to Children's Minnesota. Doucette started the nonprofit after she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder as a teen. 

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When an Allyhoo pillow is purchased, a duplicate is sent to Children's Hospital. 

Allyhoo has teamed up with Stock and Barrel Gun Club in Chanhassen to continue the mission of the nonprofit. 

An event for Allyhoo will be going on at Stock and Barrel Gun Club from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
 

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