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"Love never fails." - 1 Corinthians 13:8

When difficult times happen, a kind and loving response can make all the difference. That’s why the CWS Blankets program was created—to give a kind, loving and tangible response to someone facing a difficult time, reminding them that they are not alone.

Through the generosity of CWS partner organizations, congregations and individual supporters, our most vulnerable neighbors around the world can feel safe and keep warm with fresh linens and clean sleeping quarters.

When our neighbors are in need, even $10 for a single blanket goes a long way.

How do I get started?


Order Promotional Materials

Order free posters, envelopes, gift cards and more. You can also purchase a sample blanket for display.


Download Resources

Browse our online collection of bulletin inserts, minutes for mission and more – all free to use.


Contact CWS

We’ll put your gift to work right away helping families lift themselves out of poverty.

See what others are saying about CWS Blankets...

“To all the volunteers, the donors of Church World Service: God bless you! You are touching the hearts of people you will never meet. You are bringing hope to people that are hopeless and bringing hope to people that feel so disenfranchised. God bless you, God keep you! Keep doing what you are doing because you are making a difference.”
Shirlyn Thomas, co-pastor at God’s Kingdom and Restoration Ministries in Galveston, TX
“Our church loves to decorate homemade hearts and hang them on a blanket during our worship service. It is symbolic of how we share the love in our hearts with others.”
Krysta, Blanket Leader, Grace United Methodist Church
"These are the kind of blankets that people carry with them. They pack them up in their roller suitcase or their backpacks. They take them with them all day long and they use them that night and the next night because they become a permanent belonging.”
Rev. Virginia Lohman Bauman, St. John's United Church of Christ
"It's a miracle what Church World Service does, and you’re a part of that miracle.”
Rev. Dr. Timothy Ahrens