We recently received a box full of warm and adorable 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!
Our friend Dee in Pennsylvania sent us a box full of these adorable hats a while back.
Her note reads:
It’s your friend Dee from Pennsylvania.
Selling the house in the city and moving to the more rural retirement community went a lot smoother than we expected and I found my looms quickly. 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.
I look forward to your posts and seeing how many people are sharing their wonderful talents.
Keep up the excellent work!
Thank you, Dee! We are so glad your move was not as difficult as expected and that you are settled in your new community! We greatly appreciate your hats and will send them in our next delivery. We are absolutely positive they will bring smiles to everyone’s faces as they did ours!
Last week, Melissa delivered 87 hats for children cancer warriors at CHOC.
We hope that these hats will bring warmth, hope, and smiles to the special cancer fighters just in time for the holidays! This makes the “to date total” of delivered hats, blankets, and scarves 6,099! We are very proud of our team and community to make this possible!
Wishing everyone love and joy!
Earlier this month, Donna from Washington sent us a box full of 34 hats for her final delivery for 2017. She had a goal of sending 100 hats to Knitting Rays of Hope- which she exceeded for a total of 104 for the year! We are amazed by her generosity, steadfast kindness and support!
Donna sent this cute card that reads:
Enclosing 34 hats for my final delivery for 2017! I wanted to get one more in–so hard to stop, but I am a slow loom knitter! Figured I best get this to you!
With love and warm wishes and a fervent thanks you for all you do!
We are so impressed with Donna having a goal of how many hats to make for charity and then exceeding that goal! It’s almost time to make some New Year resolutions, and if you want to make one for making a difference in the world, please consider making a goal similar to Donna’s.
Thank you so much, Donna!
True to her word, Becky sent us a box full of 21 hats in time for Christmas!Becky’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!
Over the weekend, we gave 183 hats to our good friend, Melissa to take into the NICU and CHOC.
56 Chemo Hats for Pediatric Chemo Warriors
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!
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!
We are so appreciative of our generous and busy friends, who seem to always have charitable mindset! Keep up this great work!