Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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Keep Spreading Hope!

Some new friends, the Olsavsky family from Ohio, sent us a box full of different hats and a scarf, all adorable and precious, made with love.

olsavsky-contribution

The note reads:

Hello!
My family and I came across your site and thought what a wonderful mission!
We taught ourselves how to knit and are happy to send a box full of goodies!
Keep Spreading Hope!

We are so grateful to be able to include these in our December deliveries.

Thank you!
~Pali

A Special Delivery

In honor of his auntie, my son took in 25 adult hats for chemo warriors to the Ontario Kaiser Oncology Unit where Wanda would fight the Pancreatic Cancer.

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Special Delivery

25 Chemo Caps

25 Chemo Caps

 

While we were there, we ran up another special delivery to the Ontario Kaiser NICU.

92 baby hats

92 baby hats

We are working hard at delivering all these precious hats that you planned, created and sent to us to spread hope into the world!  We are grateful for the abundant love that we can send out and make a difference for others!

Thank you!
~Pali

Delivery: 160 Hats for Pediatric Chemo Warriors

As part of our second round of deliveries, we were able to deliver 160 hats to the Children’s Hospital of Orange County, who were very excited to receive all these hats!

 

CHOC Delivery

95 hats delivered to CHOC

Our sweet friend, Melissa did the leg work to make this delivery happen!  We sent these 95 hats and the 65 hats that Pasadena Stake Relief Society made with their own special notes to our recipients!

 

Bryan Delivering Bags of Hats

The muscle that helps

I am so grateful to everyone involved in spreading love and hope into the world with this delivery!  I was especially proud that my son tries to help in areas that he can, with muscle for moving the deliveries and counting the hats!

Thank you!
~Pali

Susan’s Wonderful Works

Our friend, Susan from North Carolina sent us these adorable hats in all sizes and colors!

chemo hats by Susan

Her note reads:

Forgot to put a note inside the box, so I’m sticking it to the outside.
There are 55 hats of various sizes.
Thanks so much for getting them to those who need them!
You are doing wonderful work!

We are so grateful you found us and sent us these creations!  They are so cute — we love the crocheted ball on top!!

Thank you!
~Pali

 

Made for You with Love

Our friend, Debbie, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Saints in Montebello, California sent us another box full of 65 hats and notes, on behalf of the Pasadena Stake Relief Society

chemo hats

 

The note is for every hat and reads:

This hat was made for you with love!

From the Pasadena Stake Relief Society

I am positive that the hats and notes will spread hope and love to the recipients!

We are so grateful for your service and personal touches.

Thank you!
~Pali

Hands and Hearts

Our friend, Debbie, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Saints in Montebello, California sent us this big box full of hats of all colors, sizes, and styles.

Baby Hats made by church ladies

Chemo Hats made by church ladies

The women of their local units held a humanitarian service event, Hands and Hearts in which they gathered together to make these and donate them to Knitting Rays of Hope.

We are so incredibly grateful that they found us and were moved to donate to spread love and hope into the world!

Here are some pictures as the hats were being made

We are so proud of you!

Thank you!
~Pali

Warm and Soft Hats by Loretta

Our friend, Loretta from Waretown in New Jersey sent us these warm hats.

warm chemo hats

I am truly astonished by the generosity and kindness of people.  These hats will go to an adult oncology center very soon and will be so appreciated!

Thank you!
~Pali

Paige from Pittsburgh

Paige from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania sent us 165 hats and 11 scarves!

We are so grateful and will include these in our extra big delivery!

Thank you!
~Pali

New Utrecht High School sends Hope

We received 2 boxes full of hats of all sizes and styles from a teacher and students from New Utrecht High School in New York.

We are so impressed when youth get involved in making a difference in the world- showing compassion and love for strangers is a lesson that few understand until much later in life.

A note from Ms. Liz reads:

Attached you will find 53 hats (20, adults, 16 kids and 17 toddler/baby) made for your organization.  I am honored to present you with this contribution on behalf of my students and hope that it will help you in keeping all those in need safe and warm.

I look forward to continue our contributions in the near future.  Thank you from myself and my crafting students for giving us the opportunity to be a part of it.

We are so proud of everyone involved and thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

Thank you!
~Pali

In Honor of her 80th Birthday

Karin from Alexandria, Virginia knitted and sent us over 80 hats in 2 boxes.

Her wishes are sent and prayers that these will spread hope to all the recipients!

We are very impressed and loved to open these boxes full of love and warmth!

Thank you!
~Pali