Schenectady church makes blankets for Hospice patients

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The holidays are all about giving back – and when you do, it makes you feel good. You get that warm feeling inside. The Korean Presbyterian Church of Schenectady is making sure their community knows about that warmth.

Several of the churchgoers have been knitting and crocheting items – like blankets – for about five years now. It’s how they take part in the national foundation called, Warm-Up America!

The 20 blankets they made this year are going right back into their community. The church personally handed them out to Community Hospice in Albany.

In years past, they’ve given their items to Warm-Up America, who would then ship them to people who need them.

This is how the churchgoers show their love for the Capital Region community.

See some of the blankets and how hard everyone works on them by watching the video of Tessa Bentulan’s story.