Knitting for Kids – June news!

Photo: Venerande Murekambaze/World Vision

Photo: Venerande Murekambaze/World Vision

Do you knit? Do you care about poverty?

World Vision’s Knit for Kids is a nationwide program that unites thousands of volunteer knitters to fight poverty with their knitting needles.

With every stitch, together knitters give hope and warmth to vulnerable children living in poverty or other difficult situations around the globe. For millions of children, a hand-made item isn’t just a sweater, cap or blanket. It’s a chance at better health. It’s protection and warmth from freezing temperatures. And it’s a symbol of support for a better future.

Looking for a fun summer activity for your WOV chapter? Try a knitting circle!

Learn more at Read the Knit for Kids summer newsletter.

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