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Not Dead Yet

By | March 26, 2011

We used to have 35 free range chickens. They were friendly pets who happened to provide eggs. We named them, cuddled them, carried them around, and, in general, loved them. We tried to coop them at night to protect them, but our happy chickens preferred sleeping in trees. We live on a farm, so, over […]

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A sheep named Pig

By | February 11, 2011

We have sheep who think they are dogs, chickens who think they are sheep,and dogs who think they are humans. Confused? Yeah, so are we. Our six sheep are not normal sheep. They come when we call. They play soccer. They like to unzip our coats. And, best of all, they know how to open […]

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Kaleidoscope Yarns

By | February 9, 2011

Our last post was on the Kindness of Strangers. This time, the kindness of yarn shops, in particular Kaleidoscope Yarns. They have donated multiple boxes of yarn, gorgeous hats, and now they are sponsoring a hat drive! Here’s what they have to say about the drive: Perhaps you’ve heard about Hats for Hunger? If not, […]

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The kindness of strangers

By | January 31, 2011

Hats for Hunger has received over 600 donated hats in the past year.  We are surprised, excited, renewed, awed, etc. every time a package arrives on our doorstep (and they arrive often).  Who are these people who lovingly knit hats and mail them to someone they don’t know?  Even more awe-inspiring than the hats themselves […]

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2010 wrap-up

By | January 14, 2011

Fighting hunger MANY hats at a time! 2010 was an amazing year for Hats for Hunger!  We raised $5,000 for Heifer International which would never have been possible without our extraordinary volunteer knitters. Please join us in sending them tons of thanks for helping to fight hunger one hat at a time!

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