Leftover Yarn?

Leftover Yarn needed for Warm Hats and Scarves

My neighbor, Sandy Goldstein, has a huge network of knitters and crocheters who make warm hats and scarves for five shelters from EPA to San Jose and also send these to refugees moving to cold places from our Southern border.  Sandy collects left over yarn of any type and provides them to her network.  If you have yarn leftover from a project or unused skeins that you would like to donate, please bring them to church on Sunday, May 7 and we will deliver these to Sandy. One Warm Scarf