It isn't hard to get involved and donate your knitted items. Look around your community first. Ask the hospital and hospices if they are in need of any knitted items for their patients. Churches usually have some programs set up to help others and you may find they will accept your knitted items. And, don't forget your own local charities as they are always in need of community kindness.When you do a search online, you'll find there are many charities that work within the country and send things abroad. By looking at different sites online, you'll be able to choose certain causes that you are interested in and discover causes you may not have been aware of before. This gives you a larger choice in deciding what you want to knit and donate.Even if you are not a very good knitter, you can still do a lot of good. Scarves and squares are always welcome and are easy to make. So while you are developing your knitting skills, you are still able to share with those that are in need. And don't worry, even if you find it imperfect, someone who needs it won't.If you have ever wanted to join a cause and feel good about helping someone, using your hobby is the easiest way to do this. Knitting for charity is a popular way to donate time and love by creating something from your own hands that usually takes no time at all. And, each item donated is used and given to someone who is thankful for those who care.