Knots of Love Seeks Votes to Receive Grant

Knots of Love is a charity that donates handmade knit and crochet chemo caps to people who are going through cancer treatment. They are currently in the running for a huge grant and they need votes to make it to happen.

About Knots of Love

I first shared information with you about Knots of Love last November when they had met some major milestones. The organization accepts donations of handmade chemo caps to warm the hearts of people who are going through treatment for cancer. They make donations to more than 350 treatment centers across all fifty states as well as some international locations.

Chase Community Giving Program Grant

Knots of Love is in the running to get a grant from the Chase Community Giving Program. The Chase Community Giving Program is designed to help small non-profit organizations (with operating budgets under $10 million). The big winner is going to get $250,000 but there will be nearly 200 additional grants given out ranging in amount from $10,000 to $100,000. There are thirty thousand charities in the running for these prizes and the prizes are awarded based on votes.

How to Help

If you want to help Knots of Love to get the grant, you can vote for them through the Chase Community Giving program on Facebook anytime between September 6 and 19th. Chase Bank customers can also vote on the bank’s website.

You can also help out this program by becoming one of their volunteers and crocheting caps for them to give out!

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