Friday, April 13, 2012

K is for Krochet Kids

Krochet Kids is an organization started by a guy who crochets, who taught his friends to crochet and then they all travelled to Uganda and had a brilliant idea!!  They taught a few Ugandan women to crochet hats so that they could sell them here in the United States.  (Check out the Krochet Kids website- also Nordstrom)!

Their motto became "Buy a hat change a life".
So... a handful of Ugandan women has turned into a hundred plus women in both Uganda and Peru using a fabulous skill to support themselves... I think that's kool.

So please google Krochet Kids and watch the Bing Originals short video... I promise- you will be so encouraged.

(((hugs)))


5 comments:

Damyanti said...

Sounds like a lovely organization!

Look forward to your challenge run…can’t believe we’ve had 14 days already!
--Damyanti, Co-host A to Z Challenge April 2012

Twitter: @AprilA2Z
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Rachna Chhabria said...

The organisation sounds cool. My mom is a crochet expert, I talent I have not inherited at all.

Cheryl Klarich said...

Damyanti! The guys are great! I'm so glad to be sharing about them!

Rachna!! Check them out. I know your tender heart will just love them. I love to crochet, too!!

Bless you!

Robyn Campbell said...

Oh Cheryl! How did you find out about them? I'm ordering. And signed by the lady who makes it. This is so cool. Bodaciously cool! Thanks for sharing. I'm tweeting this post. :-)

Cheryl Klarich said...

Robyn, thank you. You made my day!

These guys are graduates of Vanguard University in California. A Christian school... so nice to see love in action.