Knitting for Charity
Please send any donations directly to the relevant charities. You should be able to find their addresses on their websites that we’ve listed below. Thanks!
#StitchFurBattersea with Battersea Dog and Cats Home
We were proud to team up with some incredible independent designers creating adorable dog and cat patterns to raise money for the wonderful Battersea Dog and Cats Home.
Patterns to battle malaria
Save lives by knitting gorgeous sweaters from celebrated designers while raising money to help fight malaria. With eight patterns to try, who says you can't wear your heart on your sleeve.
Knit for peace
Having grown out of Rwanda and India, Knit for Peace is on a global mission to knit together local communities, from refugees to women’s prisons.
Warm up America
Mother Bear projects (teddies for developing nations)
Knitted Knockers Support Foundation
Knitted Knockers Support Foundation collect and distribute special handmade breast prosthesis for women who have undergone mastectomies or other procedures to the breast.
Project Linus works to provide blankets anywhere that a child might need to be wrapped in a warm hug. Social service agencies, hospitals, and shelters all work together to make sure every child who needs a blanket has one.
Knit for St Anthony’s
Knit for St. Anthony’s this Holiday season and know that your hand-crafted scarf or hat will be a source of comfort to those in our community who need it most.
This charity creates lap blankets and shawls for patients suffering with Alzheimer's disease. These heartfelt projects give the patients something to hold on to, and the grateful response from family members has been astounding!
Care to Knit (for nursing homes)
This nationwide charity has chapters in many locations. They aim to craft where it counts and create blankets, winter accessories, and more, for homeless shelters, nursing homes, hospitals, and hospices.
What can I knit for Charity?
If you’re knitting for charity, anything that will keep people warm will be most appreciated. Mittens, socks, hats, and scarves are the fastest knits, but if you’re feeling extra giving, we’re sure the lucky recipient of a sweater or jumper would feel especially lucky!