Your Quilts Bring Comfort to Hospice Residents in India

[Photo: Carrie Taneyhill]

A recent distribution of LWR Mission Quilts brought color, warmth and comfort to families in India.

Here, an 11-year-old girl, who lives at the Arunima Hospice, hugs her quilt. The hospice gives shelter to children, including this whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS, which carries a powerful stigma in India.

Here, an 11-year-old girl, who lives at the Arunima Hospice, hugs her quilt.
[Photo: Carrie Taneyhill]

A 1-month-old baby is wrapped up in an LWR Quilt at the Arunima Hospice. Her mother has HIV and is unable to take care of her so she is living with a relative at the center while her mother receives treatment.

A 1-month-old baby is wrapped up in an LWR Quilt at the Arunima Hospice.
[Photo: Carrie Taneyhill]

A woman with her daughter shows off her LWR Quilt at the Arunima Hospice.

A woman with her daughter shows off her LWR Quilt at the Arunima Hospice.
[Photo: Carrie Taneyhill]

An orphaned baby lays on an LWR Quilt at a children’s home run by Amra Sabai Unnayan Samiti.

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An orphaned baby lays on an LWR Quilt at a children’s home run by Amra Sabai Unnayan Samiti (HASUS).
[Photo: Carrie Taneyhill]

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