Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

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Becky’s Sends 21 Blessings!

True to her word, Becky sent us a box full of 21 hats in time for Christmas!hats by BeckyBecky’s note reads:

I hope that you and your family had a nice Thanksgiving!
I’m sending a small box this time, just 21 hats, but hopefully they will arrive in time for you to use them for Christmas deliveries!
Thank you so much for all your hard work & making it possible for me to reach out to others in this small way.  I pray each hat will bring comfort & warmth to each one it touches!  God bless you & your family!

We are in the midst of labeling the hats and getting them ready to be delivered this week!  Thank you so much for being part of this team that spreads love and hope into the world!

Thank you!
~Jazlyn

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183 Hats in a Combined Delivery

Over the weekend, we gave 183 hats to our good friend, Melissa to take into the NICU and CHOC.

56 Chemo Hats

56 Chemo Hats for Pediatric Chemo Warriors

 

127 NICU Dec Delivery

127 Hats for Babies in the NICU

We have more hats, that we are getting labeled for another delivery just before Christmas!

Thank you for helping us spread love and hope!
~Jazlyn

Hope in a Variety of Colors and Sizes

Our good friend, Helen stopped by to drop off a bag full of these hats in various colors and sizes, so that everyone will feel loved!

Hats by Helen

We are so appreciative of our generous and busy friends, who seem to always have charitable mindset! Keep up this great work!

Thank you!
~Pali

Gail’s Contributions

Recently, we received a box from Gail full of these baby hats.  All of them are so cuddly, soft, warm and adorable for babies and kiddos!

hats

Her note reads:

Here are 30 hats of various sizes for your project.  I hope they will be useful!

We are so grateful for friends like Gail, who are keeping their fingers busy with knitting for HOPE!

Thank you for wanting to make our world better and actively doing something about it!
~Pali

So Many Chemo Hats – So Much Love

Last month, we received a box full of colorful hats from our good friend, Donna in Washington State.

Donna's Hats

Her note reads:

It is both an amazing & wonderful feeling how often my thoughts turn to you & your work in the world.  It is such an honor to participate.

I read all your posts and pay attention to every note and picture of hats people send.  What a good idea to share these pictures & notes from people! It is so good to feel the connection.

This box of 45 hats is sent with much love.

We appreciate great friends like Donna who always show support and offer words of encouragement to keep going!  Thank you so much!  I am so glad that our contributors feel connected and part of a great team!  There would absolutely be a much smaller Knitting Rays of Hope, if we didn’t have so many generous friends from all over the country!

Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!
~Pali

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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