What are Sassy Caps?
Sassy Caps can be knit, crocheted, or sewn, but they need to feel soft against bare skin – nothing itchy or irritating.
Sassy Caps are NOT boring. They are in bright, fun colors or patterns with a little bit of flair. Neutral colors are ok if you add a fun accent (like animal print, feathers, or sparkle) to jazz it up and make it sassy.
Sassy Caps are handmade and donated to friends, family, and treatment centers to brighten the day of people undergoing cancer treatment.
You can make a Sassy Cap any way you like and give it anywhere in the world as long as it fits these three criteria
What We Do
We are a nationwide network of volunteers that make soft, fun hats and seatbelt pillows to donate to people receiving cancer treatment.
We also make Sassy Seatbelt pillows that help relieve pain & pressure for people with port-a-caths when riding in the car.
Day of Sass
We sponsor and host local, free “Day of Sass” spa makeovers for women with cancer.
“A sense of overwhelming love”
Sassy Cap recipient
“I feel the love”
Ruby in NC
“”Something I will cherish”
Lora in NC
“A blessing to so many”
Mother of 5th grade Sassy Capper
“Our ladies love them”
Maryland Oncology Hematology
“A small act of kindness can inspire others”
Victoria in AZ
A message from Sassy’s 2 girls
This is Sassy, our mom. Actually, she was born Sheila Braniff, but her grandkids call her Sassy, and the name fits. We miss her every day. Sheila was a gifted teacher and a loving mother who could laugh at herself and see the best in others. We started this project to honor her and all of the people who went out of their way to show her that they loved her when she was sick – those who wrote cards, or brought meals, or made her laugh that wonderful laugh. Mom’s favorite hymn says, “Because I have been given much, I too must give.” We have such gratitude for the blessing and guiding influence she has been in our lives. We were truly “given much” in the mother department, and started Sassy Caps to follow her example of giving.