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2010 Results


2010 - We Exceeded 2009!!
Together we donated 213 Blankies & 154 Caps

 not for profit non profit
blanket quilts knit crochet fleece
kids homeless shelter

Thanks to the generosity of our volunteers around the country, Bob's Blankie Brigade was able to donate 213 Blankies and 154 caps to Bethesda Medical Center, University Medical Center - Princeton and Womanspace.  Here are some excerpts from recent press releases :

Bob’s Blankie Brigade donates blankets, caps to University Medical Center at Princeton

Bob’s Blankie Brigade, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving people who are seriously ill or in need, has donated 68 handmade blankets and quilts and 63 knitted and crocheted caps to University Medical Center at Princeton.

The blankets were handcrafted by volunteers at Bob’s Blankie Brigade for use by newborns to adults. The caps also vary, from tiny ones for premature babies to larger sizes for pediatric patients. The items will be distributed to patients in UMCP’s Oncology Unit, Special Care Nursery, and Outpatient Pediatric Clinic.

With headquarters in Princeton and Boynton Beach, Fla., Bob’s Blankie Brigade was established in 2008 to provide a warm and loving touch to children and adults in need. In 2010, Bob’s Blankie Brigade distributed a total 213 blankets and 154 caps to good causes. For more information, visit

UMCP, a unit of Princeton HealthCare System, has been a leading teaching hospital for more than 30 years. Established in 1919, UMCP is a 308-bed acute care hospital and a University Hospital Affiliate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a Clinical Research Affiliate of The Cancer Institute of New Jersey. In July 2009, UMCP entered into a partnership with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to enhance pediatric services available at the hospital through pediatric emergency consultation, inpatient pediatric care, and neonatal care. For more information about Princeton HealthCare System, visit or call (888)742-7496.

Womanspace Receives 55 Handmade Blankets - The families at our shelter and temporary housing facility will be so touched to know that people care enough to create these handmade blankets for them.

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