A few months ago, Country Woman Magazine contacted Craft Hope looking for ways we could partner on an extra-special project. Country Woman is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year and wanted to offer their readers both a craft that's fun to make and a chance to be creative for a cause. I immediately thought of… Continue reading Project 26: Country Woman Magazine
My daughter (Chloe, 4) is in my lap as I open my computer. She asks me, 'What are we doing for Craft Hope?' My kids are very aware when a project is going on. They have witnessed first-hand the overwhelming love and support that has come to our doorstep. It has come in the form… Continue reading Project 25: We are Kenya
I am so honored to announce that Project 24 :: Capes for Kids is being featured in the December/January issue of FamilyFun magazine as a partnership with Enchanted Makeovers. Project 24 is running with the theme, "Don't wait for a superhero. Be one!" Over the years we have done many projects with incredible organizations. I am… Continue reading Project 24: Capes for Kids
In the spirit of the holiday season and of Craft Hope, I am excited to announce Project 19 :: Dolls, Animals, and Monsters. Oh My! Hurricane Sandy unrelentlessly ravaged the northeastern United States coast. Claiming lives, homes, and HOPE. Most of us helplessly watched the news. I, personally, have many many friends in that area… Continue reading Project 19: Dolls, Animals, and Monsters. Oh My!
Our website is still being rebuilt, but that doesn't prevent us from spreading hope. Craft Hope will keep on ticking and we will keep on changing lives. Craft Hope was founded in 2009 with the idea that one person can make a difference. Through seventeen projects and witnessing countless individuals around the globe start their… Continue reading Project 18: Quilts for Hope