Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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Blessed by Hats

Our good friend, Becky recently sent us a box full of adorable hats!
hats by Becky

Her note card reads:

Sorry it has taken me so long to get these to you!
The last month or so has been pretty busy for me, but I can’t put it off any longer!
I hope things are going well for you and your family.
Thank you again for all your hard work! I’ll be sending more later this year!
Take care & God Bless!

We are so grateful for friends like Becky who are constantly working on hats to help spread hope, no matter how busy life gets.  We do know about the busy-ness of life, as we have been extremely busy!  We have received about 5 shipments that we haven’t posted about yet.  I will shortly (God willing!)

Thank you so much!
~Pali

Made with Love in Massachusetts

Last month, we received a box of hats from Shirley in Massachusetts.

hats by Shirley

Her note reads:

I am sending this box of assorted sized hats to you for Knitting Rays of Hope.  I applaud your efforts and continuing service to the less fortunate.  I am very happy to be able to assist in my own small way.  All are made with love.

Thank you for letting me contribute to this very worthwhile cause.

We are so appreciative of the steadfast friends who are generous and love making a difference in the world!

Thank you!
~Pali

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Finding Hope

Last month, our friend Dee from Pennsylvania sent us this box full of hats and even a baby cocoon!

chemo hats

As you can see, the hats are a variety of colors, styles and sizes!

Her note reads:

It’s your friend Dee from Pennsylvania.  Here is another shipment of hats.  As always, made in smoke free, pet free home.  Everything is labeled as to fiber content and laundry instructions.

As I told you before, when I found you guys last year it was because I had a transplant and needed something to occupy my time while being isolated and restricted to home and visits from a select group of family and friends because of the possibilities of infection.  Along the way, I discovered what you wonderful cause is all about, all the people who help you achieve it and became so very important to me to be a small part of it.

It may be a while until my next shipment, we are packing up the house and moving to a retirement community, BUT I will be back!

Keep up the good work!

We are extremely grateful for our friends like Dee, who begin a hobby that gives back and makes this world a better place!

Thank you!  Thank you!

~Pali

A Hug In Every Stitch

Louise sent this package full of adorably knitted chemo hats.

chemohats

Her note reads:

3 chemo hats
Rest babies

A Hug in Every Stitch

We are so appreciative and thank you for your consistent contributions to Knitting Rays of Hope!

Thank you!
~Pali

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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

Adorable Hats from Gail

Earlier this month, we received a box full of these adorable hats from Gail in Bremerton, Washington.

hats from Gail

Her note reads:

Please accept these 33 hats of varying sizes for your project.  All are made of acrylic yarn in a pet-free, smoke free environment.

We are so grateful for your dedication, Gail and love all the different colors and patches!  They will absolutely help spread love and hope!!

Thank you so much!
~Pali

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Hats from Phoenix

We recently received a box full of these adorable baby hats from Robin in Phoenix, Arizona.

Baby hats

We are so grateful that these were sent to us, and we will include them in our next delivery to St. Joseph’s Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit.

Thank you so much!
~Jazlyn

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