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Project Linus: Blankets for Children in Crisis

We are honored to have Kay Belzner , a volunteer with Project LInus, here with us today. Project Linus provides handmade blankets to children 0-18 in the United States who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need.

00:00 Project Linus: Blankets for Children in Crisis
00:00 Intro
01:07 How Kay got started with Project Linus
02:15 How does Project LInus work?
04:00 Stories
06:54 Personal Relationship with God
09:25 Obstacles
10:44 A Community
11:43 What skills are needed to do this?
16:03 How to get more information and help
19:38 Thanks

Kay Belzner is a retired elementary school counselor, married to Husband Chuck, live in Baltimore County, enjoy reading, sewing and knitting for charity, gardening, crafting, finding ways to help those in need, exploring and deepening my relationship with God.

Resources mentioned in this episode:
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