Handmade Quilts Bring Warmth and Hope

Oct 31, 2009  |     |   General

Joan has been providing handmade baby quilts to Open Door Mission’s Lydia House and those it serves for almost two years. She lovingly provides these quilts for children she will never see, but knows they will be something special for the child that receives one. Her quilts don’t just provide warmth for the child, but also show the mother that others care about her and her child. Joan is sharing God’s love in a very special way. We appreciate Joan’s labors of love because the quilt becomes a gift of love and hope to a needy family. Thank you also to her daughter Deb, for faithfully bringing the blankets to Open Door Mission.

Would you like to share God’s love in a special way? As Open Door Mission prepares to serve 6,000 children at Christmas we need hats, scarves, mittens and gloves and fleece blankets, as well as new toys. Would you and your organization, workplace, church or family please help provide a Christmas of Hope for the homeless and near homeless? Please check out our website for details on how you can provide Hope for the Holidays.

Maggie Cope
Communications Coordinator