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.
25 Chemo Caps
While we were there, we ran up another special delivery to the Ontario Kaiser NICU.
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!
For the first portion of our delivery, we have 521 hats, 4 blanket sets (blanket and matching hats), 4 booties and 2 headbands for babies at St. Joseph in Orange County! We gathered, photographed, labeled and counted all the baby hats we received to put together this delivery. Then we delivered several bags full of hats to our sweet friend, Melissa to do the leg work and take them to St. Joseph’s.
We are grateful to all involved for making this happen! This is an amazing amount of love and hope!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Our friend, Susan from North Carolina sent us these adorable hats in all sizes and colors!
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!!
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
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.
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.
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!
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!
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!
Our friend, Gail sent us a box full of soft and adorable hats.
Her note reads:
Please accept these 55 hats fro your project. They are all acrylic and made in a smoke-free, pet free environment. They are various sizes.
I hope they meet your needs.
Thank you for all you do!
We are so grateful for your consistent support and dedication to being a blessing to others!
A new friend, Susan in Medford, Oregon sent us these 3 hats and blanket sets for babies in the NICU.
We are so glad you found us and sent us these knitted items to help spread hope.
Lynne from Texas sent us these adorable hats.
Her note reads:
I stumbled on your Facebook page and realized that I could finally use my excess baby yarn by making hats.
I hope you can find some warriors for these.
Love and Blessings.
We appreciate everyone who contributes and know that our warriors will feel the love when they receive these hats!