The very short answer is YES we can make hats for anywhere in the United States.
Where do we currently send the hats we donate?
Charity works for Texas Oncology Deke Slayton Cancer Center in Webster, TX . She takes hats a couple of times a month to put in the Resource Room for patients. She also gives hats to the American Cancer Society volunteer, who takes hats to another center for low income Breast Cancer Patients.
Our other donation center is The Breast Cancer Resource Center in Princeton, NJ. This group is dedicated to providing information and support to women and families affected by breast cancer and increasing understanding of the disease in the community.
We have also had individual requests for loved ones battling cancer. So far we have sent hats to California, North Dakota and Wisconsin. We would love to make this list much longer(actually we wish no one had cancer but we want to help in any way we can)!
How can I request a donation for a person or a facility?
That is very easy! Just Click here to go to our About/Contact us page to send a request. On the drop down menu select "I know a person/facility that would like hats". Fill in your information in the required areas. In the comment area please provide any contact information to the person or facility where you would like the hats sent.
What do you do with hats you receive as donations?
We package all of our hats with the Cuddles of Courage loge and care instructions in plastic. This helps to keep the hat clean and free of dust and germs. Special donations may include a short message and the first name, initial of last name, and city of person making donation.
Is there a charge for having hats sent?
To date we have not charged a penny for making or shipping hats for patients. If you would like to make a donation to help cover shipping costs or have a special donation made please click here. In the drop down menu select " I would like to make a donation"
If you would like to make hats to be donated click here. In the drop down menu select "I would like to make hats"
On my last blog I forgot to thank Natali for being our very first hat tester....THANK YOU NAT!!