5 Ways Your Craft or Hobby Can Help Those In Need this Holiday Season

This season use your craft or hobby to help a child or adult in need. If you love to sew, sew blankets for children suffering from terminal illnesses. Knit caps for chemo patients or those with head traumas. There are also ways that photographers and musicians can help too. While you’re crafting for the holidays, you might also want to look into one of these wonderful charities you can contribute to.

Check out the 5 Ways Your Craft or Hobby Can Help Those In Need this Holiday Season here…

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  • Sew a Blanket 2 of 6
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    Donate blankets you have made to Project Linus to help a child in need suffering from a trauma or terminal illness.
    Find out more atProject Linus.

  • Knit a Teddy Bears 3 of 6
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    Crochet or knit a bear to send to a child in an emerging country that has been affected by HIV or AIDS to give the child a bit of extra comfort.
    Find out more at Mother Bear Project.

  • Play Music 4 of 6
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    Use your talent for playing music by playing along someone's bedside while they are in the hospital this holiday season.
    Find out more at Musicians on Call.

  • Crochet and Knit Hats 5 of 6
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    Use your crochet and or knitting skills to make beanies and hats for children and adults going through Chemotherapy, brain surgery patients, and those with Alopecia.
    Find out more at Knots of Love.

  • Take a Beautiful Photo 6 of 6
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    Give comfort to parents who have lost a baby by becoming a photographer to capture a most deeply emotion moment between the parent and child.
    Find out more at Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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