Snohomish Project Linus Donates to Food-2-Go

Food-2-Go coordinator Jenny Lidington with a warm donation from Project Linus

Food-2-Go coordinator Jenny Lidington with a warm donation from Project Linus

Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets to children in need. The “Blanket-eers” use their skill and talent to handcraft unique quilts and blankets which they distribute to hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere a child might be in need of a big hug. When Karen Richards learned of our Food-2-Go program that helps nourish homeless Middle and High School students, she knew it was a perfect match. In December, Diane Campbell, a Snohomish Chapter coordinator and fellow blanket-eer, delivered 4 beautiful quilts. Our Food-2-Go students were thrilled! Homeless young people face a world of uncertainty and Project Linus offers a kind warmth that lets them know the world can be a caring place. Thank-you Project Linus for sharing your love of sewing to benefit children in need.

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