Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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A Dedicated Teacher of Fine Arts

Very recently, a teacher found us and wanted to get her students involved in spreading hope and love into the world.  They attend the New Utrecht High School in Brooklyn, New York.  Liz teaches her students wonderful values of empathy, giving back and service with her efforts, and we are so happy to be a part of this endeavor.

Hats by HS Students

Their letter reads:

Attached you will find 14 hats made for your organization.  We admire your work in the communities in need and your diligent efforts to improve the world around us.  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 these kids for making a difference and being a part of something bigger!

Thank you!
~Pali

 

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A Box of Love

Our sweet friend, Mary from California sent us a box of these lovely creations!chemo hats

She included a note that reads:

Hello my friends-

Once more I am sending you a box of love.  There will be various sizes of hats and a few booties, along with sets.  I forgot to count them when I put them in the box so it will be a surprise for both of us.

The booties can be given to anyone you feel can use them if not given to hospitals.  They are slippers, not booties.

Blessings to you and you family for the work you do.

Thank you, Mary.  The total count you sent us is 28 baby hats, 9 baby hat & bootie sets, and 4 slippers.

We greatly appreciate your contributions!

Thank you!
~Pali

 

Joyful Delivery

A little before Christmas, we gathered hats, scarves, and some lap blankets to deliver for December.  We had 115 items altogether–  46 hats for babies, 3 lap blankets, 56 hats for child & teenaged chemo warriors and 10 scarves.

We want to thank everyone who helped make this delivery possible- the knitters, cutting and punching holes in the labels, attaching the labels to the hats, photographing and counting the hats, and the actual delivery!  We also greatly appreciate your support and kind words!

Let’s keep going- Spread Hope, Love & Joy!!
~Pali

A Great Holiday Impact

Our friend, Laura from Alexandria, Virginia sent us these hats to include in our December delivery!

chemo hats

Her note reads:

Thanks for all you do to bless others in their journey.

I’m happy to give some, so all together we can have a greater impact!

Happy Holidays & I’ll keep knitting!

We greatly appreciate your beautiful contribution and support!

Thank you!
~Pali

Spread Hope With This 292 Hats Delivery

Recently, we gave 292 hats to Melissa, our sweet and dedicated friend, to take to St. Joe’s and CHOC.  To date, we have delivered 7,509 hats to spread love, joy & hope!

125 Child Chemo Warrior Hats

125 hats for pediatric chemo warriors

 

167 Hats

167 hats for babies in the NICU

We are so grateful for everyone involved who made this possible!  We are spreading hope and love with these thoughtful items!

Thank you!
~Pali

Jeanne Cares Too

Our friend, Jeanne sent us a box of hats:

Jeanne's hats

 

Her note reads:

This is just a small contribution to a very caring cause.  Thank you for giving me an opportunity to be a part of it.

When I retired 47 years of nursing and picked up loom knitting, I looked for a purposeful cause and the Lord led me to yours.

I am so glad Jeanne found us and was inspired to send us hats she made!

Have a blessed day!

Thanks,
~Pali

There is Joy in Giving

Our good friend, Robin sent us 37 hats from Phoenix, Arizona.

Her note reads:

Hello!  It’s always a joy to make a contribution to such a good cause!
Best Wishes!

We are getting ready for our Thanksgiving delivery and are so grateful for all of our friends who have contributed to help spread hope!  We love your creativity, colors, and stitches of all the hats collected!

Keep up the great work!

Thank you!
~Pali

 

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