Ways To Give

There are many ways you can support Project Knitwell — with your time, donating supplies, even through shopping online! Every little bit helps us provide knitting instruction and quality materials in an effort to foster wellness, comfort, and community among those we serve.

Give directly to our programs

Help us purchase quality knitting supplies for our program participants.

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Volunteer your time

Teach knitting in-person or online, or help with social media and fundraising.

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Share in-kind donations of yarn or needles

We accept banded yarn & new and gently used knitting needles.

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Order PK Resource Guides for an individual or group

Includes tutorials, simple knit patterns, and resources for further learning.

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Give a gift from the heart

Purchase a gift of charity in honor of a loved one, and PK will send a certificate to mark the occasion.

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Host a birthday or special event fundraiser

Set up a peer-to-peer campaign to fundraise with your friends and family. (Safari not recommended.)

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Project Knitwell raffle basket

Join us for fundraising events like our Annual Birthday Auction

You can support PK by donating gifts or bidding on auction items in October.

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Shop through AmazonSmile

Amazon will make a donation on your behalf, at no extra cost to you. Click the Start Shopping button on the next page, then log in with your regular Amazon account.

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Partner with us for Giving Tuesday

We appreciate the support of businesses that generously share their Giving Tuesday earnings with us.

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Purchase gift cards through Raise Right

Brands will make a donation to PK on your behalf when you buy gift cards through RaiseRight.

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Become a ShoppingGives business partner

Add ShoppingGives to your eCommerce website and empower your customers to make an impact while they shop.

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Thank you for bringing knitting into my life. I’ll be honest that finding things to look forward to this year has been difficult, maybe impossible at times. I’m very grateful for the great work that you do in bringing this comforting and meditative practice to those who need it.

PK Program Participant