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About Us

      Angels 4 Warmth Inc. History


Angels 4 Warmth Inc. is a registered non-profit group in Regina who make afghans, quilts, hats, mitts, sweaters, lap robes, chemo caps, preemie caps, shoulder shrugs, slippers, and a variety of other knit and crocheted items. They distribute them to the cold and needy throughout the city. Founded by Shannon Clark a resident from North Central in 1999, the group now has more than 50 members who regularly contribute items. Angels has distributed thousands of items to charitable organizations throughout the city.


      Who We Are

Most of the members of Angels 4 Warmth are seniors who enjoy knitting, crocheting and quilting because it gives them something to do, and because it’s a way to contribute to their community.


The monthly meetings are also an enjoyable social event. “It’s rewarding,” says Arlene Kenville. “It makes you feel good—and it makes the people who receive the warm clothing feel good.”The gifts of warmth are greatly appreciated by those who receive them.


      Who We Help

Recipients include cancer patients at the Allen Blair Cancer Centre, seniors at the Sunset Extendicare Home, premature babies at the Regina General Hospital, Canadian Red Cross, Carmichael Outreach Inc., Hope’s Home,North Central Community, Pioneer Village, Salvation Army, Souls Harbour Rescue Mission, Wascana Rehabilitation, William Booth Special Care, Women’s Shelters, seniors, and care homes.  Angels4Warmth provide many hand crafted items such as afghans, hats, mittens, scarves, baby items, lap robes, preemie hats, chemo hats and quilts.



How You Can Help  


Member Thelma Childs emphasizes that the group is always in need of volunteers and donations. They accept donations of yarn, material for quilts and collect drink tabs and stamps on behalf of the Pasqua Hospital.


For more information, contact:

Elaine 306-586-3138

Pearl 306-352-2570



Yarn. and completed yarn or quilting projects can be dropped off at the following locations:

Lorne Drugs – 2255 14th Avenue

Regina Seniors Citizens Centre 2134 Winnipeg St

Please ensure all items are tied & bagged.  Please note that we do not accept used clothing.


The first Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m., Holy Trinity Church, 5020 Sherwood Drive (except July and August).


Please call us If you would like to knit, crochet, quilt or donate yarn.


Have Yarn or Fabric to Donate?

Call Pearl at 306-352-2570 or 

Margaret at 306-949-8965

Mission Statement



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