Current Needs:


With winter quickly approaching, we have a great need for items right now.  We could particularly use hats and scarves for women and men of all ages.  These items will be donated primarily to people in homeless shelters across the country. 

Sweaters, especially for children, are greatly appreciated by impoverished communities in cold regions. Children coming to orphanages in impoverished locations often have just the clothes on their back.
Miscellaneous items such as bags and purses, stuffed animals, socks and gloves are also greatly appreciated! When we donate to people in need in places such as African countries that are in warmer climates, they enjoy things such as bags and stuffed animals.​​

How To Donate:


​Once you have finished knitting or crocheting your items, you can mail them to us at: 

Knit With Love 
32565 Golden Lantern, Suite B, # 190
Dana Point, California 92629

If you have an email address, please include this with your donation so that we can send you a confirmation letter and thank you for your donation!  If your live locally and would like to drop your items off, please contact us and we will schedule a time to meet. Please note that the address listed above is only our mailing address.

What To Donate:

We donate knit and crochet items to people ranging in age from newborns to adults living in such a wide variety of climates that virtually any item you wish to make will be given to a person who greatly appreciates it! 
Beanies/caps are one of the main items we donate. These go to homeless children and adults throughout America, cancer patients in hospitals, and very impoverished children in orphanages and hospitals abroad, among others.
Blankets are greatly appreciated by cancer patients in hospitals, impoverished babies and children abroad. Many people who have received our hand-made blankets lack adequate shelter, so these blankets provide much needed comfort and warmth!
Scarves and prayer shawls are another main item we donate. Width and length can vary to your own preference, but we prefer scarves that are at least five inches wide. Scarves and prayer shawls are greatly appreciated by homeless people in America, cancer patients in hospitals, and impoverished people abroad.