Crochet for Cancer is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers who crochet and donate chemo caps to cancer centers. Crochet For Cancer These chemo caps are distributed to patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and experiencing hair loss.
The CLICK for Babies campaign was created to promote awareness for the Period of PURPLE Crying all infants go through. It helps by educating parents on how to respond to prolonged crying and how important it is NOT to shake your baby (SBS –
“The Seamen’s Church Institute invites you knit or crochet a garment to warm mariners’ hearts and bodies this winter.” Christmas at Sea – The Seaman’s Church Institute Christmas at Sea provides gifts to international
“Care Wear is a nationwide group of volunteers who knit, crochet, and/or sew, providing handmade baby items directly to hospitals. All Care Wear items are distributed by hospital staff [FREE] to infants, children and their parents.” Care
There are several ways you can help support the patients at the Cancer and Hematology Centers of Texas Children’s Hospital. They invite crocheters, knitters, and quilters from around the world to create and donate hats of all sizes, light
The Bundles of Love Charity is a non profit organization made up of volunteers who work with approximately 90 different community agencies in Minnesota. They work together to provide handmade bedding, baby clothing, and basic care items for newborns.
Bridge and Beyond is dedicated to helping homeless adults, families living in shelters and other individuals in need in the Central Ohio area. Bridge and Beyond They accept donations of handmade hats, scarves, slippers, mittens, blankets, blanket
Binky Patrol is a national non-profit organization of volunteers who create, collect and distribute handmade blankets to children (from birth to age 18) who are ill, abused, or suffering from trauma. Binky Patrol Blankets of all designs are accepted.
Celebrate American Heart Month by knitting, or crocheting red hats for babies who are born in participating hospitals in the month of February. Little Hats, Big Hearts™ is a joint effort between the American Heart Association, The Children’s