Hardisty woman makes 170 pairs of slippers for Ronald McDonald House

Mo Day of Hardisty, Alta. drove over two hours to the Ronald McDonald House in Edmonton this past weekend, May 1 to bring 170 pairs of slippers she has been knitting over the course of the past year for families. So far, the charity has received 154 donations totalling over 1,000 slippers, sourced locally and from as far as Newfoundland and Labrador. These slipper donations are being used across all four Ronald McDonald Houses in the province, and are even finding their way onto the feet of families unable to access these spaces via grab-and-go support bags which include food items, comfort and personal care items and gift cards. ECA Review/Ronald McDonald House
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Mo Day of Hardisty, Alta. drove over two hours to the Ronald McDonald House in Edmonton this past weekend, May 1 to bring 170 pairs of slippers she has been knitting over the course of the past year for families.

So far, the charity has received 154 donations totalling over 1,000 slippers, sourced locally and from as far as Newfoundland and Labrador.

These slipper donations are being used across all four Ronald McDonald Houses in the province, and are even finding their way onto the feet of families unable to access these spaces via grab-and-go support bags which include food items, comfort and personal care items and gift cards.

ECA Review/Ronald McDonald House

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