How These Teen Transplant Recipients Thanked The Hospital That Saved Their Lives

Orange County's Girl Scout Troop 413 "may be the only in America with two liver transplant recipients," but it's not the battle scars that set members Drew and Sabrina apart.

After childhoods spent in the rooms and hallways of the UCLA Medical Center's Mattel Children's Hospital, the girls wanted to give back to the hospital and the doctors that saved their lives.

Determined to help sick children feel more comfortable with the surroundings, Sabrina and Drew set out to liven up the hospital environment -- let's face it; those drab white walls are uninspiring at best -- with their Gift Of Love Project.

With the help of the Chemers Gallery in Tustin, California, the girls -- who are working on their Girl Scout Silver Award -- began reaching out to children's illustrators, according to the HooplaHa video above.

A total of five Chemers Gallery illustrators donated work for the project. All of the illustrations contained games hidden within the art, in the hopes that children waiting in the exam rooms could be distracted from their problems, even just for a few minutes.

The doctors at the Mattel Children's Hospital couldn't be more appreciative of the young ladies' hard work.

"A HUGE thank you to two Girls Scouts and Gift of Love Project : Girl Scout Silver Award from Orange County that recently donated 7 pieces of artwork to the Children’s Clinic," the hospital wrote on its Facebook page. "You ladies are amazing and thoughtful!"

"If it wasn't for people like Drew and people like Sabrina," Dr. Suzanne McDiarmid says in the Hooplaha video above, her arms around the girls, "we wouldn't have the inspiration to do the work that we do."

Check out some of the beautiful artwork they collected, below.

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