CERI Kids 'n Boots (Eastern Europe)

May 30, 2012

Operation Knit Together (Moldova Boot Mission)

Operation Knit Together
Operation Knit Together

Every year before Christmas Children's Emergency Relief International (CERI) leads teams to Moldova on its signature project, "Operation Knit Together" (OKT). On this mission to Moldova (a former communist nation between Ukraine and Romania), team members individually put pairs of brand new socks and winter boots on every orphan in the country while each child gets to personally choose a hand-knit scarf and hat knit by missionaries in the States.

OKT is a project that was created in response to the need to help keep orphans warm during the harsh Eastern European winters. Telling orphans you care is good; showing them is life-changing! Will you join CERI in showing orphans how much you care? Make a contribution today to help keep Moldova's orphans warm next winter!



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Project Leader

Gretchen Lange Baumgarten

Director of Development
Kingwood, Texas United States

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