© 2014 Bumbles Dolls

By Maxmilian William Loeffler

 

Website by: Classy Websites - Jayne Bierman NJ

 

Maxmilian W. Loeffler

 

 

Bumble Dolls were Created by a College Bound Teenager with a Big Heart:

Made in the USA

> Materials all Donated

 

> Stitched & Stuffed Personally

 

> Gifted to Hospital Patients

 

> An Ambition to Inspire

  Maxmilian William Loeffler  

Max realized while volunteering at Overlook Medical Center, that gratitude is expressed in different ways because people can apply it to the past by remembering positive memories, apply it to the present by not taking successes for granted, and apply it to the future carrying a hopeful and positive attitude. He was interested in capturing this feeling and sharing it with others, and Bumbles Dolls were born. Max's ambition is that these special dolls inspires those that receive the gift of gratitude to keep it alive and pass it on. The story behind their creation is quite fascinating.

Founder & Creator of Bumbles

On behalf of the State of NJ, I am pleased to recognize your contributions to Overlook Medical Center through your company, Bumbles. You must feel a sense of pride from your accomplishment.

Best wishes,
Chris Christie, Governor

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Bumbles Joins Relief Effort to Help Victims of the Hurricane in the Bahamas.

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Bumbles is on the way to the Bahamas along with other important supplies. There's lots of cheering up to do for so many.

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A gift of gratitude from Max to Jack honoring sacrifices of American military kids everywhere.

Ft. Bragg Fisher House Non-Profit Organization
Fisher Houses provide military families housing close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury. 

 

Thank you Max for remembering our children and honoring your sister in this special way.

Proud Daughter of an Army Fisher Houses' Board Member (2016).

Proud Son of an American Military Sergeant (2019).

Summit teen's essay on a faceless doll turns into Bumbles LLC, a business with a heart.

By Barbara Rybolt | Independent Press

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on November 04, 2014

 

Max Loeffler stands by the sign for the Bumbles Trunk Sale at Bloomingdale's in Short Hills. He based the faceless doll on one his sister carried with her all the time at home and in the hospital. He designed the dolls, picked out the fabric and has a team of volunteers who help him make them.