September-October 2022 Letter from Diane

A Thank You Note from a “Housewarming Basket” Recipient: Good morning. I want to thank you for the moving-in gift. It was everything I could ever want. May God Bless all of you wonderful ladies. I’m from the Shelter. Ivy Ivy resided at the City Rescue Mission Women’s Shelter. The case workers help residents find … Continue reading September-October 2022 Letter from Diane

July-August 2022 Letter from Diane

From time to time, people new to Grandma’s Comfort ask us the Why question. Why are we doing what we do through GC? The story of how we first began is on our website: But that isn’t usually what the question means. Why, as we are just about to finish 17 years and Tom … Continue reading July-August 2022 Letter from Diane

January-February 2022 Letter from Diane

                “Jesus called the children to him and said,                  Let the little children come to me, for the kingdom of                  God belongs to such as these.” (Luke 18:16)       Dear Friend:    Recently I was invited to be interviewed about the nonprofit work of Grandma’s Comfort for a local newspaper. The Board had decided quite some … Continue reading January-February 2022 Letter from Diane

May-June 2021 Letter from Diane

Grandma's Musings

Thank you notes from gift bag recipients:

I appreciate your time and talent to make me a blanket, and the hygiene kit really came in handy. I love everything. Please put my family on your prayer list–have covid.A mother

I can’t thank you enough for all the love and hard work to put everything together for my bag. It means the world to me. I came here with nothing.In Recovery

I just received my grandma bag and want to say a great big thank you. The quilt of many different colors and pattern is so gorgeous! The bag is so full of goodies.Signed, Lovingly
Thank you so much for taking out your time to do some-thing for a stranger—ME who has absolutely nothing. Thank you for my Christmas morning in May.From bottom of my heart


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