TeeBones at LifePath

Strengthening Friendships

Recently LifePath took on the TeeBone™ Project to help us connect with our community in deeper ways.

The TeeBone™ Project is an activity that upcycles old tee shirts into playful pet toys.

We are having so much fun!

Back in February we sent an email blast to our friends and supporters and posted a request on Facebook asking for tee shirt donations to help us out with the project. And now, all we can say is, “Wow!” and “Thank You!” We received hundreds and hundreds of tee shirt donations from all across the Lehigh Valley, Quakertown and Drexel Hill areas.

Numerous companies took it upon themselves to collect tee shirts for us, including Bimbo Bakeries, PBS39, Capital Blue, Hartzell’s Pharmacy, Just Born, The IronPigs, Blocker’s Coffeehouse, Concannon Miller, Brown and Brown of the Lehigh Valley, BB&T, Edward Jones, Hop Hill Brewery and others! Additionally, scores of individuals cleaned out their drawers for us as well, taking time from their busy schedules to bag up their shirts and drive them directly to LifePath!

From these donated tee shirts, we cut, braided and knotted them together making delightful toys for furry friends everywhere! We will be donating some of our TeeBones™ to animal shelters and are selling them to benefit LifePath at the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community.

If you would like to sell TeeBones™ for us at your place of business, or if you would like to purchase TeeBones™ for your beloved furry friend or for animals at a rescue, please visit one of these generous businesses that creatively display and sell our TeeBones™ for us - Hartzell’s Pharmacy, Blocker’s Coffee Shop, Hop Hill Brewing Co. , Milford Veterinary Clinic in Quakertown

Or please feel free to contact us at akaiser@lifepath.org and we’ll hook you up!

Thank you all for your support, time and generous hearts!


Bob making TeeBones at Bethlehem Day Program :)



Colorful TeeBones ready to go!


First customer at Hartzells!


TeeBones by LifePath at Blockers Coffehouse!


written by Annette Kaiser