Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

Delivery in June

Earlier this month, Knitting Rays of Hope delivered 15 blankets, 30 children sized hats and 135 NICU sized hats to CHOC and St. Joe’s in Orange County.

Hats and Blankets

We are so grateful to have such a sweet friend and supporter like Melissa, a nurse at St. Joe’s.  Melissa has enlisted her daughter, Hailey’s help to sort and deliver the hats.  We love that Hailey and Melissa are making a difference in the world and helping Knitting Rays of Hope reach so many patients!

know we make a difference in the world by spreading hope to over 5,327 hat recipients and their families.

Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!
~Pali

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Comments on: "Delivery in June" (2)

  1. Pegi Anderson said:

    What is your criteria for handmade blankets? Fabric, size, etc. Not knit or crocheted, but fabric blankets.

    Thank you.

    pegipaul@hotmail.com

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    • Thank you for checking. Hope this helps: Materials must be new, unused, washable, and free of contaminants such as mold, mildew and smoke. They should be cotton or cotton/poly blend fabrics. Cotton or acrylic batting is acceptable and yarns that are washable

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