91-Year-Old Hospice Patient Dying from Cancer Doesn’t Let That Stop Him from Helping the Homeless

A man in hospice care still manages to help those less fortunate.

The hospice patient won't let anyone tell I'm he's done giving

The hospice patient won’t let anyone tell I’m he’s done giving

Granville, Michigan resident, 91-year-old Morrie Bogart, had learned a few lessons over the years. One of them? To offer help whenever possible to those in need.

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The man was recently moved to a hospice center. After being told he had skin cancer, the 91-year-old was also diagnosed with a tumor on his kidney. That fact didn’t stop him from knitting hats to be donated for those down on their luck.

The 91-year-old has dedicated thousands of hours to knitting hats for the homeless

The 91-year-old has dedicated thousands of hours to knitting hats for the homeless

Moorie has knit over 8,000 hats in the past 15 years for his community’s homeless population. He admits his process is slowing down. It now takes him an average of two days to make a hat.

“Why do I do it? It just makes me feel good,” Morrie said. “This has been the best thing that’s happened to me…”

See the video below as Moorie explains what inspired him over the years.

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Source: Fox News

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