Stitch for a Cause Blog

March for Babies 2010
Advocacy Day 2009
Knit One, Save One
Women's Scarf Project
Help for Homeless Animals
Charmed Knits Knit-a-long
WHAS11 News Story on Knit One, Save One video

What Kind of World Do You Want video

Help for Homeless Animals video
Kids Knitting
by Melanie Falick
Knitting (Kids Can Do It)
by Judy Sadler

Teen Knitting Club: Chill Out and Knit Some Cool Stuff
by Jennifer Wenger, Carol Abrams, and Maureen Lasher
Kids Can Knit
by Carolyn Clewer

"...four million newborns worldwide die each year in their first month of life...
Many... infants could be saved with simple,inexpensive items,like sterile blades to
cut umbilical cords,antibiotics for pneumonia and knit caps to keep them warm,
[Save the Children] said in State of the World's Mothers 2006.... Ninety-nine
percent of newborn deaths are in developing countries,where such items are
often not widely available.
The New York Times, May 9, 2006

Many of these deaths could easily be prevented with cheap interventions,such as knit caps to keep newborns warm...
Associated Press, May 9, 2006

Thanks to all that helped us meet our goal for the Knit One, Save One campaign.

We sent OVER 900 CAPS!

Several students and teachers from KCD went to Washington, DC to meet with legislators and spread the word about the continued need for low-cost interventions to save newborn lives


Check out this video about Stitch for a Cause's work on the Knit One, Save One campaign.


To learn more about this campaign, visit the Knit One, Save One page at Save the Children's website.

Learn more about Save the Children at www.savethechildren.org.





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