Monday, October 6, 2008

Giving back

Did you know that you can pick up Humanitarian projects at the D.I. and work on them at home? Well, you can and I didn't know about this until recently, so hopefully it's news to someone else! We worked on making little baby hats for Family Home Evening(s)- it took us two Monday nights, but they were so fun and easy! They are made from "stockinette"- a tubular bandage. You just cut, fold, and tie! There are many other projects to choose from there, and they have the room set up so you can go there and work, also.



6 comments:

Jen Nelson said...

I had no idea! I know what we are doing this Saturday!

Marianne said...

Our family put together hygiene kits, just put stuff in ziplok baggies. It was easy, and even my husband thought it was fun! Way to go Heather!

Rachel said...

That is a great idea! Thanks for the info. :)

The Yost Family said...

Thanks for the great idea Heather!

Lynn and Priscilla's family said...

Thanks so much for sharing that! I will definitely do that with my family too. And, thanks for sharing the blog of your cousin's....I still don't always understand the Lord's ways, but what a comfort to have others understand the trials we go through, to know that HE loves us always and know that we are never alone!

Gavin and Jill Collier said...

I didn't know that! Thats great to know, it gives me an idea for a future Enrichment activity since I am the leader and need ideas all the time. Thanks!