Knitting For Charity in Austin Texas

This page lists organizations that accept donations of finished knitted goods or in some cases, knitting supplies.


Linus Connection
meets at St. Philips United Methodist
Round Rock, TX
Contact: Stephanie Sabatini

World Wide Web:
The best way you can help the children is by making a blanket and donating it. We will take it to a facility where it will be given to a deserving child to keep. We've been distributing blankets for several years now; we've gotten a lot of feedback from the facilities that receive our donations and have gained a lot of experience in general.


Mary House Catholic Worker of Austin, Inc.
1214 West Ninth Street
Austin, TX 78703
Contact: Lynn Goodman
+1 (512) 472-6254
Mary House Catholic Worker of Austin, Inc. is a small, nonprofit (501(c)(3) organization which serves homeless day laborers and people with retardation or mental illness. The winters are mild with intermittent freezing, sleet and snow periods lasting from one to 14 days. We distribute caps and gloves, and find that our guests benefit from wool or wool blend items the most. We give approximately 500 sets of winter items a year as well as sweaters, sox and blankets. ANY DONATION OF FINISHED ITEMS OR YARN AND KNITTING MATERIALS WOULD BE GIVEN DIRECTLY TO THOSE THEY BENEFIT. A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE ALSO KNIT ITEMS FOR US TO GIVE AWAY.


Gifts for the Unborn
11305 Alhambra Drive
Austin, TX 78759-4902
Contact: Dick Jacobs

World Wide Web:
Gifts for the Unborn offers small gifts to mothers when they first test positive in a crisis pregnancy. The special gift package consists of a newborn infant's picture frame plus a care product (like a baby washcloth, bib, soap, lotion or shampoo) and a pair of baby booties or socks. More than 38,000 gift packages have been given to more than 300 crisis pregnancy centers and agencies in all 50 states and 5 countries and we would like to expand further.

Handmade items such as baby booties or bibs are needed to include in the gift packs. You can send donations to the address listed or any of the three addresses on the website.


InKind, Inc
6506 Burnet Rd.
Austin, TX 78757
Contact: Debbie Benaglio

+1 (512) 374-9393
fax: +1 (512) 374-1579
World Wide Web:
WE primarily need baby blankets and baby booties. WE share basic baby items with approx. 130 low-income moms (on Medicaid) each month and we struggle to keep enough supplies on hand to meet the needs. WE do have a few women who do some knitting and crocheting for us, so they could use yarn as well. thanks for any help you can send.


Garage Sale Queens

Collecting for the homeless since 1991!


The Cancer Connection

collects and donates chemo hats for the Austin area community


Austin Charity Knitters

Coordinates charity knitted donations in the Austin Texas area


Gifts for the Unborn

Description: Gifts for the Unborn, a nonprofit charity, is seeking donations of baby booties and socks to include in all of the gift packages that it donates to crisis pregnancy centers. The counselors at the centers give the gifts to women who test positive in crisis pregnancies. For most, this is the first gift that she will receive for her baby. Since the organization was founded in 1995, Gifts for the Unborn has donated more than 38,000 gift packages to crisis pregnancy centers in all 50 states of the U.S. and 5 countries.

Donations: Baby booties, socks, bibs, hats, or other baby items.

Contact Person: Carol Richey or Dick Jacobs

Mailing Address:
11305 Alhambra Drive
Austin TX 78759-4902 USA



Bluebonnet Babies

 is a nonprofit organization based in San Antonio, Texas that makes and donates baby items.


100 Hats for 100 Kids


Bethany United Church  

10010 Anderson Mill Rd

 Austin, TX 78750
Providing crocheted and knitted hats for chemo patients, and hats, booties and baby blankets for NICU babies and newborns.

contact: Kerry Leuty


Hats for the Homeless

(Austin Charity Knitters gladly accepts hats for distribution to the homeless in the Austin TX area) 

Care Wear for Infants
Crochet, Knit or Sew Handmade Items for Infant Patients
Volunteers will need to attend a mandatory orientation where they will receive patterns, and information regarding this volunteer opportunity.
Contact Information: Linda Rodriguez
512 474 4700
Join us at a Monthly Meeting
The first Sunday of every month
Third Floor Boardroom
University Medical Center Brackenridge
Volunteer Services Office
601 East 15 Street
Austin, TX 78701
512 324 7584


Purple Stitch Project
9901 Brodie Ln, Ste 160 #268
Austin, TX 78748




Texas Oncology


The Care Communities of Austin

314 E Highland Mall Blvd, Austin, TX 78752
(512) 459-5883


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