Donate Scarves

Any scarf can be a Hope Scarf once it’s been paired with a story! We accept scarves that were worn during treatment as well as those that weren’t- anyone or any organization can donate scarves.  Please review our guidelines before sending.

Scarf Donations

Scarf Donation Guidelines

Yes, please:

  • 30” or larger square; or if oblong, 17″ wide
  • Pre-sewn (example)
  • Lightweight infinity scarves
  • Tube scarves (e.g. BUFF® brands)
  • Note: smaller decorative scarves may be repurposed into some of our projects, so go ahead and send.

No, thank you:

  • Winter and knit scarves
  • Hats
  • Accessories like clips, belts or gloves

Don’t worry about cleaning or ironing your scarf donation. Once received, each scarf is professionally cleaned in preparation for its journey.

Send scarves to:

Hope Scarves
141 N. Sherrin Avenue
Suite #101
Louisville, KY 40207

IMPORTANT:  Please print a Scarf Donation Form and enclose it with your scarf donation. If you do not have access to a printer, include your name and contact information with your scarves so we have the necessary information about your donation.  Once received, a local dry cleaner will professionally clean your scarves in preparation for their continued journey.

Mailing Label:

Pre-paid mailing label

No printer? No problem. Email Hope Scarves to request a pre-paid label, or check the box below.

Reach out with any questions to hello@hopescarves.org.

Hope Scarves Founder, Lara MacGregor launched My Hopeful Life as an extension of Hope Scarves in 2020.  This initiative, rooted in her personal story, started with her widely followed blog, My Hopeful Life.  And now includes a film, podcast, speaking engagements and one day, a book.   Living with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer has given Lara a unique perspective on facing uncertainty, grounding oneself in gratitude and embracing each day.  Her vision & dedication to Hope Scarves is a powerful force for good in the world.   Follow along with My Hopeful Life as she expands the way we cultivate hope.