Woman’s Weekly and The Knitting Network are raising money for the NSPCC’s Childline service.
The NSPCC has launched their Still Here for Children appeal, in response to COVID-19. This has enabled the charity to continue vital services, like Childline, so they can be there for young people that desperately need someone to talk to – especially when home isn’t a safe place. Although the charity has adapted, the NSPCC is still vulnerable and doesn’t know what challenges may come next.
Throughout July, The Knitting Network is raising money for the NSPCC’s Childline service through checkout donations, when you purchase anything on the site. Along with Woman’s Weekly, they’re also giving away two free heart patterns so you can knit or crochet your own Little Green Hearts to help raise awareness of the vital work the NSPCC are doing.
Get your free Little Green Heart crochet pattern and your free Little Green Heart knitting pattern at The Knitting Network. By purchasing the yarn for an NSPCC Little Green Heart at The Knitting Network you can round up your order to the nearest £ and raise money to help the organisation continue to support children.
Once you’ve completed your little green heart, why not gift it to a loved one, friend or neighbour who has done something amazing for children?
Share pictures of your green hearts on social media with #stillhereforchildren, #nspcc and #childlinegreenheart and we can enjoy all the Little Green Hearts you have created.
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Little Green Heart crochet pattern by Woman’s Weekly is available to download for free until 23:59pm 31 July 2020.