Volunteers needed to knit or crochet
For the St. Luke’s Campus of
California Pacific Medical Center
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Share your time and talents with our newborns
Love to knit or crochet? All skill levels welcome!
Every year 1,000 babies are born at St. Luke’s Campus, often to very young or single moms, or to families with limited resources. We have had a long tradition of sending our newborns home in handmade baby caps lovingly hand knit or crochet by volunteers.
We always welcome new knitters and crocheters and hope you will help us send our babies home in a warm and colorful cap that will become a family keepsake.
For more information on making baby caps for St. Luke's, please contact:
St Luke’s Volunteer Services Manager
CPMC St. Luke’s Campus
3555 Cesar Chavez Street
San Francisco, CA 94112
Because life is precious, we encourage giving to life and a lifetime of giving.
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Consider making an online donation to California Pacific Medical Center.Opens new window From the Gift Designation menu (2nd screen), select "St. Luke's Pediatrics," "St. Luke's Women's Services," or any other fund listed. Thank You.
For more information on making a gift,
contact CPMC Foundation.