A Burwood Neighbourhood House Community Project, proudly made possible by volunteers.
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Knitted knockers are FREE 100% cotton prosthesis hand knitted in Australia and provided to breast cancer women who have had a mastectomy. Kits are also available for people who like to knit. “Communities Helping Women”. We set up kits for national quality control and our duty of care to the breast cancer survivor. Knitted Knockers Australia does not give out patterns only. Please email us all your details, name address, for a kit and your age,our ordinary bra cup size a.b.c.d.e.f.g.h.? if requesting a free prostheses.
** Please be patient when we have a media promotion(TV), responses come in by the hundreds! Please order only by either webpage, email or phone. (Double ups cause confusion) Reminders are OK.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
On behalf of Cheryl and the Knitted Knockers Team, we hope everyone has a fantastic Valentine’s Day!
Knitted Knockers Geelong Branch Sausage Sizzle
Massive thank you to Coles in Geelong from Knitted Knockers Geelong Branch, and the volunteers that day that help put this together. It was a great success and we cannot thank you enough!
Knitted Knockers Cancer Council Volunteer Award
Cheryl was invited to attend the Cancer Council head office in St. Kilda for the volunteers morning tea, where she received an appreciation award for her efforts with Knitted Knockers.
“I had a good chat with the CEO about brain cancer research. My husband died 10 years ago from this horrible disease. I share my certificate of appreciation with all the volunteers in Knitted Knockers Australia. Thank you so much!!”
– Cheryl Webster
Cheryl Webster recognised by Victorian Senior of the Year Awards
“I am truly honored to receive this award, but I dedicate it to all our branch leaders, their teams, our knitters and all volunteers who help in any way with this organization. This is your award too!”
– Cheryl Webster
Thank you to Seven News for their coverage of the Victorian Seniors of the year awards, and their interview of Cheryl Webster, for her hard work setting up and running Knitted Knockers Australia. We have received so many additional messages and emails thanks to this coverage, and we thank them so much!
Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Morning Tea
Thanks to MP for Greenway, Michelle Rowland, for meeting Knitted Knockers Western Sydney branch for a delicious morning tea!
Vacancies: Join the Knitted Knockers team!!
We are looking for new team leaders at two of our branches. We have a vacancy for a leader at our Harvey Bay/Maryborough and Toowoomba. If you live in these areas, and want to help survivors of breast cancer? If so, please contact Cheryl Webster on email@example.com!
Nundle Knitters Knitting Knockers at Nutmeg Knits!
The local knitting group of Nundle “The Click Clackers” will host a ‘knit in’ on Wednesday 23rd May for Knitted Knockers. The event will be hosted by Megan Carberry of Nutmeg Knits, a new wool shop in Nundle. The knitters will be making a pair of Knitted Knockers each which will be given back to us for quality control and then distributed to women in hospitals who have had mastectomies.
Inspired by the Gunnedah Ladies who hosted ‘knit in’ in a few week ago, the Click Clackers decided to do the same, with 12 local knitters now registered with us, ready to spend the day knitting, and no doubt chatting, for a cause which affects so many women.
Have a look at the Facebook event here:
Knitting will start at 9:30am on May 23rd, at the Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe, Gill Street Nundle. We’d love to see you there!
My Giving Circle Charitable Survey
My Giving Circle is very generously donating $1 to a charity named by every person who fills out this survey by September 30th.
Simply enter your details, and name “Burwood Neighbourhood House” as your #1 charity
You can also make donations on your own to charities, and people who fill out the survey are eligible to win up to $1000 for their time. If you win the $1000, and name us as your charity, we will also win $1000.
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Happy New Year
We at Knitted Knockers Australia would like to wish you a wonderful new year and hope 2018 brings you all plenty of health and happiness. We look forward to a new year helping those that need our support.
Our stand from the Ballina Breast Cancer Forum on the 31st October. Thanks to Gail and all the wonderful people at the Lismore Branch for organizing this!
Breast Cancer Network Australia Summit 15th March – 19th March 2017
A fantastic few days at a great venue! It was so wonderful to meet these amazing women living their lives and helping others!
SBS World Wide News Saturday 13th June 2015
Knitted Knockers Australia thanks SBS and everyone who are supporting our community project
Registration Online is now available.
We are very excited here at Knitted Knockers Australia, as we have included a Sign Up button in our banner above. This is for everyone who HAVE NOT already registered to become a knitter a prosthesis recipient, a volunteer and or donate to keep our organisation going. To Register, click on Online Registration Form.