Our friend, Donna from Washington reminds us with a lovely note and beautiful hats to celebrate success. She sent us these lovely hats for pediatric cancer warriors, some of the bravest lil’ guys you will ever meet!
Her note reads:
Hello, my friend! Enclosing 25 hats and they are being sent with gratitude for your mission… and your vision created years ago which has turned into such a success!
Vanessa and I were recently reminiscing when we started Knitting Rays of Hope in 2012, when we were trying to quickly loom knit hats while constantly motivating (and slightly pressuring) our small group of kind-hearted work friends to keep creating hats for our newly minted cause. How we longed for the days where hats would just be sent to us so we can have a stock on hand to distribute to the local hospitals — all to spread hope! We saw that if we kept going, just keep our fingers and yarn working that one day this would come- we would be established and have a steady supply. Because we firmly believed that people want to help and be a part of good! And we were Right!! Thank God!
And now we celebrate you for consistently believing in doing good in the world and making our vision of spreading hope a success!
Thank you! We are ever so grateful for our consistent friends who support us and provide a steady supply of hats that will be distributed to spread warmth, love, and hope! Our group of knitters expanded and reside in different states, but all have the common goal of spreading hope.
We owe any success to you– all of you, the consistent knitters, the first time contributors and those who support us with prayer and good thoughts & vibes!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
We recently received this box of hats from our special friend in Washington. She calls herself the Little Old Goat Lady on Mason Ridge.
We are so grateful for her consistent generosity and steadfast support!
Recently, we gave 132 hats to Melissa, our sweet and dedicated friend, to take to St. Joe’s and CHOC.
We are so grateful for those who made this possible! We are spreading hope and love with these thoughtful items!
Late last month, we received this box full of hats from Sheri, who just learned how to loom knit.
Sheri included a note that reads:
I recently took up loom knitting to help after breaking my wrist. My sister told me about your program. I hope that you could use these hats.
These hats will bring lots of joy, warmth and hope to their recipients! We are very glad you found us and welcome to the World of Loom Knitting!
True to her word, Becky sent us a box full of 21 hats in time for Christmas!Becky’s note reads:
I hope that you and your family had a nice Thanksgiving!
I’m sending a small box this time, just 21 hats, but hopefully they will arrive in time for you to use them for Christmas deliveries!
Thank you so much for all your hard work & making it possible for me to reach out to others in this small way. I pray each hat will bring comfort & warmth to each one it touches! God bless you & your family!
We are in the midst of labeling the hats and getting them ready to be delivered this week! Thank you so much for being part of this team that spreads love and hope into the world!
A bit ago, we received this box full of hats for teenager chemo warriors from Meredith in Washington.
We are so grateful for these hats and will be sure that these are included in our Christmas delivery.
We have been told that teenagers are often overlooked and greatly appreciate these sizes and styles to make everyone feel loved!
Cricket in New Jersey sent us this box full of hats of all sizes!
These will be included in the next delivery and will help spread warmth and hope to cancer warriors!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!