Who Wants to Help Warm Canadians in Need?
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Who Wants to Help Warm Canadians in Need?

What started as a birthday celebration achieves its own 10th birthday this year: Canadian knitting charity the Warm Hands Network I asked my friend Rae — my closest Canadian friend — to describe her motherland in three words. Her reply: “Peace-keepers, diverse, and welcoming.” Few people exemplify this description better than the founders of the…

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Offer Hope and Happiness to Refugee Children Coming to Canada

Today I’d like to tell you about a charity that’s helping refugees through their country’s armed forces: Izzy Dolls for Children in Crisis Zones. This is a Canada-based charity, so if you’re Canadian and long to help with the refugee crisis, this is a wonderful opportunity for you!

Are You a Canadian Longing to Offer Warmth to Needy People?
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Are You a Canadian Longing to Offer Warmth to Needy People?

If so, Casting Off the Cold could be the Canadian knitting charity you need in your life! Sally Karamath, born and raised in Trinidad, said she remembered her mother offering food to homeless people when she was a young girl. From the Casting Off the Cold blog: I could not understand why she would do…

8 Minutes a Day Are All You Need to Help This Canadian Blanket Charity
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8 Minutes a Day Are All You Need to Help This Canadian Blanket Charity

If you’re a Canadian who loves to knit or crochet and want to help folks in need, Blankets for Canada would love your assistance “I have a reason to live as long as someone still needs me.”  This powerful statement is one that Blankets of Canada founder Nancy Panting says her organization has heard again…