Ronda and Wendy continue to bring us wonderful photographs of the children receiving their blankets, hats and garments. Along with many story snippets of their experiences at the variations places. These photographs not only confirm to the world that by taking direct action our members are making a difference
One Square at a Time!
Sharing has a way of multiplying happiness and dividing sorrow.
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Oh that sad little guy in the middle of all the group shots without a hat....I'm sure he got one but what a heartstring tugger...and that little guy/gal at the end....it can be so overwhelming for them. I particularly love the picture just above it, that little one is entirely swallowed up in that blanket, the one with the green edging around it and the green striped hat.
I look at the ground, covered in old mats and wish I could help everyone in those photos and give the women such big hugs...thank you for hugging them for us. Do they ever get given hats too? I mean we have lots of hats and they must get cold too?
A wonderful feast of photos. I love recognising some of the Grace vests and Kathy's?vest and the Zanny T. Its is so great that we have had creative people inventing pretty and serviceable garments for the children.
A very worthy cause. Thanks to Chantel.
My name is Rika Boersma. My husband and I run a orphanage in Mozambique, called All Nations Mozambique. We have 30 children. Through our friend, Leonie Smith, we have received blankets from your organization - knit-a-square.
Thank you so much. What a tremendous blessing these blankets are. Each child has chosen their own blanket and are sleeping warm.
I am on FaceBook and will post some photos. Will also e-mail you some, so you can share with those whose hands have worked hard to bless our children.
Thankfull Blessings, Rika Boersma, All Nations Mozambique
Ricardo, Hawa and Dene enjoying the cuddle in their new blankets.
Just some of our 30 kids having fun and showing off their blankets.
Joao, Idrussi, Ricardo, Hawa and Dene
Telma and Rosalina
Umar loves his new blanket
Umar immediately felt very comfortable with his new blanket.
And soon, he felt so snuggled that he wanted to sleep
Erica loves her new blanket
Gorgeous photos and lovely to have the children's names. Thanks Rika for the good work you do. They are happy well looked after children.!
Oh my goodness, what beautiful children!! Thank you so very much for these photos ... and especially for all you do in helping to put bright smiles on those lovely faces. xo
Beautiful photos and beautiful children. Thank you for posting the photos. It inspires those knitting needles to get moving even more - just one more square !
What lovely uplifting photos, thank you so much for sharing and for the good work you and your husband are doing for the children
how wonderful!!! You can see immediately how the KAS blankets cheer everythingup... I'm inspired to make another parcel tomorrow
Oh wow, fantastic...all those smiling faces! Wonderful photos! Hugs to everyone in Mozambique!