2015 NatCroMo Designer Blog Tour: Make Hats for Halos of Hope


Charity Project: Halos of Hope

 Halos of Hope Logo

Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization committed to providing volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country. The founder of Halos of Hope, Pam Haschke, is herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. As a result of her experiences, she has a passion for helping make sure cancer patients around the country have access to free handmade stylish hats to keep their heads warm while they undergo cancer treatment.

During National Crochet Month, March 2015, we are collecting hats for Halos of Hope. We hope you will join us in support of this wonderful organization and make at least one hat and/or make a financial donation directly to Halos.


Helpful Links:

Guidelines for hat sizes, yarn to use

Links to suggested patterns


Donate Hats to Halos of Hope

Mail to:
Crochetville LLC
103 Scarlet Oak Circle
Harvest, AL 35749


Support Halos of Hope Financially

What I really like about Halos is that 100% of donations received from the general public are used only for the costs of shipping hats across the country. All administrative and other costs are covered by private corporate donations.

$10 sends 31 hats ~ $25 sends 80 hats ~ $100 sends 331 hats

If you would like to make a donation to Halos of Hope, please click the link below to go directly to their site.



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