Hearts Tied Together

After the recent call to help refugees in General Conference, I've been thinking of ways to serve, but it's been difficult to know how to help. Today I found a website that shows us how we can serve. It's called Hearts Tied Together. They teach you how to make fleece blankets to donate for refugee children, babies, and teens. It's REALLY easy; go check it out! Also, be sure to spread the word so that more people can serve. HeartsTiedTogether.wordpress.com It would make a great service project,(especially for young men and young women groups), it's simple, it's inexpensive, and it's meeting real needs. It's serving the way Jesus served.

For other resources on how you can help refugees in your community, and to learn about the Church's new program, click here: I Was A Stranger.

"As you prayerfully seek the guidance of the Spirit, you will be guided to opportunities to serve according to your individual and family circumstances.

Look around your neighborhood, school, workplace, and other places you visit often for those who might need your help and your love. Opportunities to effectively assist refugees are also often available in local civic, community, or church organizations.
As you discover ways to make a difference in your area, share them with the general auxiliary presidencies so they might share them with other sisters." ~ I Was A Stranger website.


  1. This is great for an Honor Bee or YW projects--a reblog in the making??

    1. That's a great idea! You should do it. :)


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