Mosaic’s knitters have a long history of donating their creations to the community. On Friday 30th July Beth Eshete, Mosaic’s Community and Social Resource Engagement Coordinator dropped off an amazing troupe of cuddly animals to Juliette’s Place (thank you Simone and Ilkin at Juliette’s Place).
In Beth’s own words: “Last Friday I had the privilege of dropping off some lovely knitted stuffed animals, donated and created by one of our Mosaic knitters, to a local family shelter. Ruth has been working on her critters for some time and since she is homebound due to health reasons she did not know how to donate. We were able to come up with a plan and decided on a shelter and put her plan into action. Julliette’s Place (operating as Homeward Family Shelter) in Scarborough were so happy to receive the animals for the kids staying there with their mothers. I think it’s so cute that our knitters are making a difference!
Mosaic is grateful to its community members and their continued contributions to our wider community during COVID. Let us work together, and provide opportunities for giving, self expression and creativity.
Thank you Mosaic Knitters, Ruth and Beth!