Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.






We received all of these wonderful hats from the Girl Scouts Troop 6346 in Mississippi.  We are so honored that these wonderful girls chose us to share their beautiful hats with.  They made and sent Knitting Rays of Hope 70 hats for babies in the NICU and 22 hats for pediatric chemo warriors. These hats will bring hope to 92 families- these young ladies are making a major impact and truly living the Girl Scout Law, “Make the World a Better Place”. 

I am very impressed to learn that three years ago, the girls scouts learned how to loom knit, and since then made and donated over 200 hats to their local NICU!  Their troop leader, Tricia is a cancer survivor and knows firsthand the need for soft, pretty hats for chemo patients.  Many of these girls spend their own money to purchase yarns for their hats.


They sent this beautiful letter along with their hats:


We wanted to make all of those people feel happy!  We are knitting them to be friendly, helpful, considerate and caring!  We would love to help!!

We will be sure that they are put to good use and know that these hats will make people feel happy. It is so wonderful to see young ladies help out their community. It really warms our hearts. They are also so very talented and dedicated to spreading hope and making a difference!  They are shining examples, and we thank each and every one in Girl Scout Troop 6346 and their families.



Comments on: "Girl Scout Law- Make the World a Better Place" (2)

  1. What wonderful girls to do this…. I loved my time as a Girl Scout growing up.. I learnt so much practical stuff 😃


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