FAQ

What kind of blanket do you distribute?
We distribute handmade no-sew fleece tied blankets, crochet/knitted afghans and quilts. All material must be NEW and machine washable.

What size blanket should I make?
The size that works best for the patients is 50×60 size.

Where can I drop the blankets of when completed?
St. Winifred’s Church
550 Sleepy Hollow Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA

Crafton Library
140 Bradford Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA

Bridgeville Library
505 McMillen St.
Bridgeville, PA

Or call Darvina (412) 983-7274 or Robin (512) 577-3633

How do you make a no-sew fleece tied blanket?
Please download the PDF instructions on how to make a no-sew fleece tied blanket here

Can I form my own group?
We welcome girl scouts/boy scouts, youth groups, senior groups, students, sororities, fraternities to make a blanket as an individual or as a group project and earn service participation credits. Any age from 6 yrs. old to 100 can do it!

How can I donate?
You can mail a check to:
Wrapped in Love Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 13486
Pittsburgh, PA 15243

Donate on our website secure Pay Pal page:

If you wish to mail your monetary donation then please mail us with your check or money order (no cash) to:

Wrapped in Love
P.O. Box 13486
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15243
412-983-7274

Any questions? Please e-mail contact us here.

What does my donation go towards?
Your donation is used to purchase blanket supplies, tote bags that the blankets are delivered in, office supplies and brochure etc. We have volunteers who give of their precious time to do the rest!

Get Involved Wrapped in Love provides blankets, providing support and love for those suffering from cancer. We welcome all types of NEW handmade blankets to donate to patients in area hospitals. Recommended size (50x60) Hand-made quilts, Crocheted/knitted, No-Sew Polar fleece-tied blankets and HAND-MADE blankets.
Our Mission Inspired by the memory of James Emmerich, the mission of Wrapped in Love is to ease suffering among cancer patients and others with serious illnesses around the world by distributing blankets that bring comfort, peace and joy and remind all of us that we are children at heart.