16 Places that Accept Fleece Tie Blankets

Fleece tie blanket donations are something every Girl Scout troop has done. They are easy to make, inexpensive and they make a really nice gift for someone who could use some cheering up. Fleece tie blankets can be done by groups or by individuals so get started and make a few today to donate.

The Linus Project

The Linus Project is a non-profit organization which provides blankets for children in need. More than 7 million blankets have been donated since 1995.

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Support Our Soldiers is different from other groups in that they are in direct contact with the soldiers so they can tell us exactly what they need. This allows us to offer them help they would not be able to get any other way.

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The Snuggles Project

 The Snuggles Project connects people and shelters so animals can receive a comfortable blanket to reduce their anxiety.

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Comfort for Critters Logo

Comfort for Critters makes sure that when the pet is adopted their blanket goes with them. It lessens the stress of getting to know their new surroundings and family.

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The Binky Patrol donates handmade blankets to children with illnesses, those in foster care, and other kids experiencing trauma.

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My Stuff Bags Charity

The My Stuff Bags Foundation is the only organization providing rescued children nationwide with new belongings in duffels that they can keep.

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My Very Own Blanket is dedicated to warming the heart of every child in the foster care system with a blanket which gives them a feeling of comfort, security, and most of all, a SMILE.


The Pink Slipper Project donates requested handmade items to women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Check to see their current project needs.

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Primary Children’s Hospital has been helping children, families, and communities across the western United States for almost 100 years. Our simple philosophy of The Child First and Always®, informs every decision we make, and how we care for patients and families.

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Homeless Shelter Finder

Domestic Shelters has an extensive list of local shelters in every state including their wish lists. Save on shipping your items and find a location near you for your donations.

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Each shelter has different needs. Some common items are:


Serving with Smiles is a non-profit, kid-powered humanitarian group reaching kids in need around the world by assembling and distributing humanitarian kits.

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Donate Items to Ronald McDonald House Chairty

Ronald McDonald House provides food and shelter for sick children and their families. Check with your local chaper to find out their current needs.

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Bags for Kids gives children in California’s Foster Care System a traveling bag with items to make their transition less traumatic.

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Samaritan’s Purse is a faith based organization that has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine. Their shoe box project can include many handmade items.

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The Giving Heart gives Seniors a loving and thoughtful gift of essential toiletries, warm weather items and a few personalized touches to independent-living seniors within the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area.

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Operation First Response assembles and donates backpacks to wounded soldiers when they arrive at the hospitals with no personal belongings. These backpacks ensure that our wounded have a little love from home to comfort them until they return to the states.

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