Spreading Rays of Hope…a hat at a time

Last week, my mom took my son to deliver 241 hats to the NICU at Queen of the Valley in West Covina,

241 NICU Hats

This is our first time delivering to Queen of the Valley, which has a 40 bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit, one of the largest in the area.

We are proud and very grateful to have a dedicated team that helps us spread hope!  With this shipment, our counter is at 2,865 hats donated by the Knitting Rays of Hope Team!  This is so amazing and we appreciate everyone who has made this possible!

My 10 year old son and Teresa, a NICU nurse

My 10 year old son and Teresa, a NICU nurse with the bag full of 241 NICU hats!

Now that summer months have come and gone, colder weather is just around the corner, and the need for warm hats and scarves increases.  Your contributions are needed now more than ever; if you are interested in contributing to our special cause, please contact us:

Email – knittingraysofhope@gmail.com

Facebook – www.facebook.com/KnittingRaysOfHope

or leave a comment on our blog :).

Thank you!  Thank you!
~Pali

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Comments on: "Special Delivery: 241 NICU Hats" (4)

  1. sheilaklh49 said:

    DEAR PALI & VANESSA, WHAT A WONDERFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT. I MAILED MY 3 RD SHIMENT OF HATS TO YOU APPROX. 2 1/2 WKS AGO, DID YOU RECEIVE IT? PLEASE CONFIRM. THANKS BE BLESSED Sent from my T-Mobile Android device

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    • Hi Sheila, Yes we received your box. Thank you so much for your dedication! Please keep an eye out for our post about your shipment in the near future!

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  2. Wow! It must feel so fun to make those huge deliveries 🙂 ♥ ❤

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