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Stacy Wiener, Founder of S.A.C.K., discovered through volunteering at food pantries, that there was a lack of essential toiletries available. One key reason is that people cannot use government subsidies, such as food stamps, to purchase them.  When it comes to deciding on whether to eat vs. buy soap and shampoo, the choice becomes obvious.  So, S.A.CK. was created to help fill this need. 

In September of 2017, S.A.C.K. (Supporting A Community with Kindness), was started as a grassroots effort to connect people from all over the world while crocheting/knitting soap sacks and then donating them (with a bar of soap in each one) to homeless shelters, food pantries, veteran clinics, relief efforts and social service agencies. 

 what are we crafting? 

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Soap Sacks

 project must-knows 

Crafting Change loves to make soap sacks and distribute them to our partner charities throughout the country. Often times we meet their needs really quickly. S.A.C.K and Crafting Change both encourage our volunteers who love making soap sacks to look within their local communities to see who may need them before sending them in to S.A.C.K.


Please check out these two great resources here. Keep in mind when donating locally, you should include soap with your sack.

Directory of Food Pantries:
Directory of Homeless Shelters:

Directory of Little Free Pantries:

If you do not have anyone local to donate your soap sacks to, Stacy encourages you to look at our partner charities first and if their needs are met, you may ship them to S.A.C.K directly in NJ so Founder, Stacy Wiener can distribute them to organizations that have made requests directly to her. She is always happy to accept empty soap sacks and add soap to them prior to shipment! However, she gladly accepts soap too! 


While you are not required to attach the tag to your soap sack, it is a nice gesture to do this as it saves the charity time. You will find a link to the soap sack labels in the pattern section. 

Thank you for your interest in S.A.C.K. and your desire to help those in need with these amazing soap sacks!

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 recommended patterns 


 soap sacks 

All Fiber Arts

Crafting Change Recommended & Tested Yarn List

Recommended & Tested Yarn List for all crafting change partner projects


Major Stitches Soap Sack

Lovely military themed sack designed by Melanie Shovelski


Granny Square Soap Sack

Granny Square Pattern designed by Melanie Shovelski


Soap Sack Resources

Resources from S.A.C.K. including many crochet and knit patterns.


Soap Sack Video Tutorial

Crochet a soap sack with Melanie Shovelski


Knit Soap Sacks

A folder full of different knit soap sack patterns


Sewn Soap Sack from a 12" Washcloth

Sewn Soap Sack from a washcloth


Splish Splash Soap Sack

This mermaid themed sack designed by Melanie Shovelski is easy and fun!


Soap Sack Tags

A link to S.A.C.K. website for their tags to attach to your Soap Sacks!

 shipping guidelines 

1. Please check to see if you can donate to a local organization.

2. Please check and see if any partner charities need them.

3. Ship directly to SACK if 1 or 2 are not an option. 


S.A.C.K. is happy to accept your shipment if you are unable to find a local organization that needs them. It is their mission to inspire you to donate locally. 


Please ship via USPS:

PO Box 33
Allenhurst, NJ 07711

If your box will cost you more than $20 to ship, S.A.C.K. is partnered with Give Back Box to get you a $20 UPS label from Give Back Box and ship up to 50 pounds and 108" in girth to S.A.C.K. here.

Due to a computer glitch, they send out the same label with the same tracking number to every person and you can't use it. After you receive your label, please immediately email Monika at and ask for a "fresh" label with an unused tracking number. You will get a new label in 1-2 days. This is the label you should use. 

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