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About Us

Our mission.

Our mission at Knots of Love is to warm the hearts and heads of those experiencing traumatic hair loss.  Our volunteers lovingly hand-knit and crochet caps for those struggling with treatment-induced hair loss and tiny Neonatal blankets for fragile new lives in incubators.  Knots of Love caps and blankets serve as a constant reminder to the patient and their loved ones that they are not alone.  All Knots of Love handmade creations are distributed free of charge to hospitals and treatment centers throughout the country -- and most importantly at no cost to the patient receiving the caps.

Who we are.

We are a network of passionate and caring volunteers who tirelessly make and ship caps all over the country.

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Founded in 2007, we donate caps to children, adults, and veterans undergoing Chemotherapy at over 550 cancer treatment centers across The United States. We also support burn victims, brain surgery patients, head trauma patients, and individuals with Alopecia. In 2013 we began donating tiny 18” x 24” blankets to fragile new lives in incubators.

We make a difference in the lives of those fighting cancer by providing:

Warmth: Our caps help keep patients warm in the cold treatment rooms and cozy/protected when outside in the elements. When it comes to babies, the little ones often sleep with our Neonatal Intensive Care blankets to transfer their scent before lovingly placing it over their fragile new life.

Comfort: Chemotherapy drugs cause heads to become tender and heads tend to become sore after a long day of wearing a wig. Our caps provide respite and comfort, like a cozy pair of slippers or a soft robe. Most importantly, the simple act of a patient receiving a cap made by that someone who they have never met and knowing that someone took hours of their time to make a cap by hand makes patients feel loved and less alone when going through these extremely challenging times. When it comes to babies, our NICU blankets are soft and cozy against baby, Mom and Dad. Also, they affirm that their baby is snuggled under a lovingly made blanket.

Dignity: The loss of hair can be traumatic for patients, resulting embarrassment, and seclusion. Our caps provide a stylish and fashionable way to cover hair loss while helping to boost self-esteem.

Read our full story here.
Watch a video about us here.

Facts about Knots of Love.

♥ All caps & neonatal blankets are given away 100% FREE of charge.
♥ Since Knots of Love’s inception in June 2007, we have donated over 330,000 caps.
♥ Knots of Love currently donates to over 550 treatment centers, infusion centers, hospitals and oncology offices across the the USA.
♥ Knots of Love currently donates over 4,000 caps and blankets per month.
♥ Knots of Love is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity, based in Southern California.
♥ Knots of Love provides an exclusive gift…Our primary goal is to brighten the lives of those in need with kindness and love.
♥ Caps provide a fashionable way to cover hair loss and help to restore self- esteem.
♥ Knots of Love is dedicated to creating hand-made, heart and head warming knitted and knotted (crocheted) chemo caps for people transitioning through the effects of chemotherapy and other life threatening illness and blankets to fragile new lives in incubators.
♥ Knots of Love currently has over 1,000 dedicated and passionate members who donate their time and talent by hand-making caps through the art of knit and crochet.
♥ Knots of Love brings volunteers, patients and families together. Our organization equally helps those making the caps and blankets and the patients who receive them.
♥ Our gift is simple, human warmth and kindness to someone in need. People of all ages are in need of love, kindness and support as they wage the fight of their lives.

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Board of directors.

Christine Fabiani, Board Chair
Carolyn Fisch
Vera Rowe
Lorie Murray
Lisa Florez

Advisory board.

Geoffrey Shively
Del Shilling
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