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knitting for charity
The organizations listed below are a few of the many charities that accept knitted items.
Many national organizations have local chapters. Check the websites for free patterns and specific information.

Afghans for Afghans
www.afghansforAfghans.org
This program sends hand-knit and crocheted blankets and garments to the people of Afghanistan.

Angelbear
www.angelbear.org.uk
Mission Statement "Because we believe every vulnerable or disadvantaged child should own a teddy bear."

Binky Patrol, Inc
www.binkypatrol.org
Their mission is to help provide comfort and warmth to children experiencing trauma of any kind.

Chemo Caps
www.chemocaps.com
Participants make soft, stylish hats for chemotherapy patients who have lost their hair. Hats may be distributed to local hospital oncology units or sent away to be distributed in other communities.

Chicagoland Head Huggers
www.chicagolandheadhuggers.org
Chicagoland Head Huggers is a not-for-profit organization committed to hugging every in-need chemo patient's head with a crafted hat donated by a caring volunteer.

Click for Babies
www.clickforbabies.org
This organization is a grassroots initiative to collaborate with knitters and crocheters across North America to make PURPLE caps for babies.

The Handiwork Ministry
www.thehandiworkministry.vpweb.com
Providing handmade items of care and comfort to people in need.

Knit-a-Square
www.knit-a-square.com
Knit-a-Square organizes 1,700 members from 30 countries worldwide to knit and send 8 x 8" squares for blankets. These squares are received by Knit-a-Square in Johnnesburg, and sewn into blankets for distribution to some of South Africa's 1.4 million AIDS orphans and abandoned children.

Project Linus
www.projectlinus.org
“Blanketeers” sew, quilt, knit or crochet blankets to be given to seriously ill or traumatized children.

Seamen’s Church Institute: Christmas At Sea
www.seamenschurch.org
Since World War I, the Seamen’s Church Institute has provided scarves, watch caps and sweaters for far-flung mariners on Christmas Day. The organization collects donates items throughout the year.

Shawl Ministry
www.shawlministry.com
Knitters create a shawl to be given to comfort the recipient, or as a gift during a special time of life. Prayers are offered during the knitting of the shawl and before it is given away.

Snuggles Project
www.snugglesproject.org
“Snuggles” are security blankets for homeless dogs and cats. These blankets must be machine washable and are donated directly to participating shelters listed under “Shelter Index” on the website.

Stitches From The Heart
www.StitchesfromtheHeart.org
A nationwide group of volunteers, who love to knit, crochet and quilt for premature and newborn babies across the nation.

Veterans' Cap Drive
www.knotsoflove.org
Knots of Love launches a VA Cap Drive to support veterans that are battling cancer at VA hospitals across the country.

Warm Up America!
www.warmupamerica.com
Participants make afghans or 7" x 9" rectangles to be joined with others into afghans which are distributed to social service agencies within the community.