Emily is a 17 yr old high school senior who saw how the economy was affecting her community. So she decided to do something to help. 9 months later Emily’s Hats for Hope Initiative has donated more than 2,500+ hats to the homeless and working poor and inspired similar projects in 18 states around the [...]
Pam Haschke founded Halos of Hope, a non-profit that provides handmade hats for cancer patients going through treatment that have suffered hair loss. She is a lifelong knitter who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004. The generous donations from friends and family of handmade hats during her illness inspired her to start this organization, which now provides more than 2,000 hats to hospitals around the country, every month. This is her story.