Knitted Knockers are prosthetic breasts for mastectomy patients. When placed in a bra, these knitted breasts take the shape
and feel of a real breast. They are lighter and more comfortable than silicone prosthetic breasts. The knitted fabric
breathes and prevents the heat rash & discomfort experienced by many women wearing the silicone ones.
OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF
Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc.
*Check donations address: Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc,
3133 S. Lindsay Road #107, Gilbert, Arizona 85295
Copyright © 2014 Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc.
If you want to help offset our costs, we accept donations by Paypal or check*
Welcome to Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc.
Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that exists to raiseawareness about Knitted Knockers, provide free patterns for knitters and crocheters to be able to make knockers and help mastectomy
patients regain a sense of "self" by getting free Knitted Knockers made by volunteers.
If you want to make a difference in a women's life, and in yours, please consider making a pair of Knitted Knockers and
sending them to:
Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc, 3133 S. Lindsay Rd #107, Gilbert, Az 85295
Click here to download the
PLEASE include your name and address with any Knockers that you send us.
NOTE: For recipient comfort,
we can only accept Knockers made from COTTON (please no acrylic or wool). Also please do not sew up the stuffing hole on the
With the help of our volunteers, we have given away over 4,000 Knitted/Crocheted Knockers to women in all 50 states.
We would like to thank Papa John's Pizza for donating $375.00 to Knitted Knockers Charities, Inc, as part of their community
involvement program. These funds will help us offset the expenses of sending out Free Knitted Knockers to women across
the USA. We also thank everyone in Arizona who order Papa John's Pizza and got the 40% off discount. Without
you hungry for good pizza we would not have received the $375.00.
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We are happy to announce that a new web design is nearly completed and should roll out in the next couple of weeks. Jennifer
Warren, wife, mom & freelance graphic/web designer from St. Catharines, Ontario, has donated hours and hours of her time
to make this happen.