The Global Heartfelt Hatters in Vientiane working hard to make life just a little easier for the children in Laos. Amazing turnout with the ladies working hard to reach our goal of delivering 100 handmade toys to sick children in
The team traveled to Thachok Village yesterday to see Mor Ver and to give out warm clothes to the children. Great experiences with everyone involved. We will be taking Mor Vue with her older brother as guardian to Bumrungrad International
Despite difficult road conditions and having to walk to reach the village we had a great day giving out clothes, hats and scarves to the children of Yodt Phair Village. Yosh and Shuja interviewed and filmed Mr. Yelee who lost
What’s the Good News? Went to Ban Thong to meet with UXO survivor Kayeng Yang’s family. His Grandparents will travel with us to Thailand to see him in a few days. We also gave out warm clothes, hats from our
Give Children A Choice journeyed to Xaysomboun Province on January 5, 2016 and distributed clothes and hats to about 300 children in Ban Nam Mung. Barbara describes the visit in one word, ‘inspiring’.
The Vientiane group of Global Heartfelt Hatters gathered together for a holiday luncheon and fellowship. Hats and scarves for the children were plentiful and lots of yarn was delivered. Thank you to Premier Yarns, Spinite and Coats along with Stallings
Give Children A Choice distributes clothes, school supplies, flip flops, sandals to the children of Phawai Village. Thank you to Luxottica Tristar, Nadine Dayag and Family, True Life Church, Tone Tviberg, Yui Guerrant and family, Yoshimi Nakajima and family and
Global HeartFelt Hatters deliver hats to Ban Phawai! A huge THANK YOU to all the hatters around the world!!
School is back in session and that means the Global Heartfelt Hatters group is resuming their weekly get-togethers in Vientiane. It was wonderful to see everyone after summer vacation and many came bearing beautiful gifts they made over the summer.
The team travels to our preschool in Dindam Village, Nonghed District, near the border with Vietnam. The school sits high up on a hill above the village. Our Hatters provided hats to all the children! We are so thankful for