The 2014 campaign effort is well under way with hand made donations accumulating. Here are a few good stories to share!
River Bailey, a senior at Sacopee Valley High school, is a young man who was asked to do some community service. He learned about our project and decided to help those less fortunate than himself and has sent us 16 pairs of fleece mittens that he made for our cause. River has been involved with fiber before while raising angora rabbits in 4H.
Thank you River! No doubt the recipients of your lovely mittens will be happy and warmer becasue of your thoughtful caring.
Barbara Fiske is from Adams, Ma. She found out about our project on the web and said she began knitting right away. She plans to continue knitting and sending them to us knowing how cold the weather has been. She signed her note saying that all items have been knitted with love for the recipients. She has sent us 16 items so far!
Thank you Barbara and I know the homeless recipients will be thankful as well. We will look forward to your continued support!
IF you or someone you know is interested in helping, the people of Maine will be grateful to you all!