Warning: ksort() expects parameter 1 to be array, object given in /home/cctcma5/public_html/scalpacupuncture/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/includes/core/template-functions.php on line 316
Charity » Scalp Acupuncture for Stroke Recovery

Category Archive: Charity

Dec 10

First shawl went to a 93 yrs old lady

I went to the Calgary Stroke Recovery Association monthly lunchen today. I went there to deliver my gift, a yellow canna shawl to a 93 yrs old lady who doesn’t know her age, and lives in a senior house.

I had done the canna shaw for a while, just waited patiently for the Christmas to come. It’s a perfect gift for someone lives in the senior home. I’m glad she likes it. She kisses my hands few more times after I put the shawl on her shoulders. It was a momen of pleasure in our lives. Hope the shawl will keep her warm and healthy in the senior home.

Following are the photos of the yellow canna shawl.


Also, there were people asked me whehter I had other pieces for sale. Unfortunately, I only had one for now, and couldn’t get others done tomorrow. But I will make more soon.

Dec 05

Charity & Donation

Crochet is my hobby. I often spend my spare time making shawls, mittens, scarves. I would like to give them to my patients to keep them warm. or to sell them to make some money to help the patients who can not afford to pay for the treatments.

All the craft pieces are handmade by myself. I also emerge my love and best wishes when I make them. Hoping that my patients can continue receiving my healing energy when wear them, or other healthy people can keep stay healthy and happy when wear them.

Introduction and the photos of my craft works are coming soon.

For patients: always FREE for my patients

If you’d like to adopt one of my craft works, please fill your information in the following form. You can contact me to pick it up, or get it next time when you have a treatment. It’s free.

One patient can choose one piece. For extra pieces, please donate $45 for each piece. The money will go toward the treatment for the patients who have hard time to pay for the treatment.

For care givers: donation are welcome