New Jersey Fiber Artists Knit and Crochet for Charitable Causes
This group, founded by Jennifer Daro, has transformed into an army of people who not only knit and crochet, but are dedicated to social change. They use the products of their talents to help multiple charitable causes. “You can make clothes, you can make a heart for a child that has crossed the border, you can make something for the homeless, it’s just very gratifying being able to turn this craft and love and give back,” said Jennifer Daro. Through their partnership with Kean University’s Be the Change, NJ Fiberworks has provided handmade garments to the local homeless population and has sent out heart bracelets to immigrant children separated from their parents in Texas and Mississippi.
11.05.19 | 02:56 | CC