Ordinary, hardworking families have lived through some very difficult times recently. Having survived the Covid Pandemic for over two years, with Government enforced isolation, not being able to see family and friends and the constant fear of catching such a contagious, deadly disease, now they are struggling to make ends meet through an economic recession. More than ever, these ordinary, hardworking families are having to turn to charities to help them provide food for themselves and their children. Charities are desperately trying to provide essential food items, clothes and other necessities to help these desperate families. There are several ways you, as an individual, or as a family could help these charities and in turn help some less fortunate parents to provide for their children.
You could provide supplies for an emergency food parcel; you could volunteer at one of the charity’s retail stores or you could turn your natural talent for crochet into a money-making business and give all the proceeds to families and charities that need it. Making good use of several Crochet Blanket Kits from a professional company such as https://www.woolcouturecompany.com/collections/blanket-and-cushions-crochet-kits you could quickly crochet several warm, colourful blankets, either to sell for a profit or give to people who need them to help keep warm in the very cold winter weather. These clever kits contain everything you might need to complete at least one beautiful blanket, so if you purchased a few of them and got other family members or friends to help you, it wouldn’t take long at all to make several warm, woolly blankets or throws.
Anything you made would be gratefully received, either by a charity or a family struggling to stay warm through the very cold winter months. Many people who are finding it hard to manage their finances during this difficult economic time, find it even harder to directly accept cash handouts and feel uncomfortable asking for money. By using your natural talents for crochet to provide them with warm, colourful blankets you are offering them a better way of providing warmth for their children. If you decide to sell your crochet creations then give the proceeds to a charity that supports families during hard times, and they will help them by providing food, clothing and school essentials for their children.