Crochet for Charity

I love being able to create something out of nothing and give it to someone who really needs it. Charity allows me do just that! A huge plus is the sense of fulfillment it gives me when I do this. Giving your crochet to charity is a great way to make and make and make without annoying your family with tons of crocheted gifts, but it also gives back in a way that will truly bring someone joy!

Here is a small list of charities that I've found that accept crocheted and knitted items as donation. You can find all the info you need on these sites. Unfortunately charities seem to come and go often, so if a link is no longer valid then please feel free to leave a comment below.


Knitting Rays of Hope (hats)

Halos of Hope (hats)

Knots of Love (hats)

Beth's Hats for Hope (hats, scarves, mittens, and slippers)

Knitting for Noggins (crochet and knitted hats)


Knit-A-Square (8 inch squares)

Binky Patrol (security blankets of all styles)

Afghans for Afghans (blankets, sweaters, vests, hats, mittens, and socks)

Project Linus (blankets of all styles)

Warm Up America (afghans, squares, or strips, as well as gloves/mittens, and scarves)

Warming Families (blankets, warm clothing, and other items)

Blankets for Canada (blankets)


Wrapped in Hugs (wraps)

Baby Items

American Angels (baby items and afghans)

Care Wear (baby items)


Feel Better Friends (dolls for disabled kids)

Izzy Dolls (dolls for Africa)


Mats for Cats (small mats for cats)

Snuggles Project (security blankets for animals)

Leggings for Life (leggings for animals with deformities)

If you know of any that aren't listed here, then please feel free to leave a comment with a link to the charity's website and I will be sure to add it to my list. It must have a website or home base site or group where they have their charity information.

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