Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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Delivery: 132 Hats

Recently, we gave 132 hats to Melissa, our sweet and dedicated friend, to take to St. Joe’s and CHOC.

chemo hats

chemo hats

chemo hats

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

Thank you!
~Pali

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Delivery: 182 Hats and Things for Babies

Melissa, our sweet friend, recently took in 165 hats, 15 booties, 1 dress, and 1 sweater to babies at St. Joe’s in Orange County.

Delivery of Baby Hats

Delivery of Baby Hats

We want to thank you for contributing and making this possible!  We love our community and how kind your hearts truly are!

Thank you!
~Pali

That’s 100 for Caleb

A little bit ago, young Caleb from Ohio sent us a box of hats for babies in the NICU.

hats by Caleb

This makes it 100 hats knitted and donated by Caleb, himself.  We are so proud of you Caleb–at such a young age, and seeing the need to make a difference in the world!

Thank you!
~Pali

Busy Young Women in Utah

We recently received a box full of warm and adorable chemo hats from Utah.

chemo hats from Utah

These hats were made by a group of young women in St. George, Utah.

We appreciate them very much and are positive that they will keep chemo warriors warm in style!

Thank you!
~Pali

Happy New Year

As we prepare to jump into the new year, we hope that you will bring all the joy from 2017 with you!  We wish you abundant hope, love, and good health!

Happy New Year

 

A Special Delivery: Love In Action

In honor of his auntie, my son took in 19 adult hats for chemo warriors to the Oncology Unit that Wanda would get her chemotherapy during her battle with Pancreatic Cancer.

19 Adult Chemo Hats

Wanda passed on 12/27 five years ago, but it seems like yesterday.  It’s always a difficult day around here, and as we fought the tears back, we decided to push through, be strong and do things that she loved.  One of the things Wanda loved to do, was bringing in hats for chemo warriors.  I had just started learning how to loom knit and the hats I made were unquestionably “unique”, but Wanda would always be so kind and encouraging.  And the PR piece was almost always her– I was embarrassed – even with this blog as it sometimes seemed like we were bragging or tooting our own horn.  But she would ask- how can you raise awareness or make changes if nobody knows?  In her kind, patient but firm nature, Wanda pushed me to improve my hat making skills and to grow Knitting Rays of Hope.

Bryan-Delivery

Bryan took in chemo hats for adult chemo warriors at Kaiser in Ontario.

And with this last delivery for 2017, we are proud to say we have delivered 6,118 hats to chemo warriors and babies in the NICU!  We are so grateful for your continued support and generosity!  Thank you for making this world better and for spreading love and hope!

Thank you!
~Pali

 

 

 

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