Knitted Knockers available for free to residents in Cherry Hill area

A group of volunteers are making the knockers for breast cancer survivors in the community.

Anyone struggling with a traditional breast prosthesis is invited to try Knitted Knockers.

Knitted Knockers are alternative, comfortable, soft, light-weight, machine washable prostheses. They are designed for women who have undergone mastectomies, lumpectomies and/or are undergoing reconstruction. They come in different sizes and colors and can be worn in a regular bra. The Knockers are approved by breast surgeons and are free.

Knitted Knockers are being made and distributed throughout the country. In the Cherry Hill area, a group of compassionate volunteer knitters and crocheters are making these knockers for breast cancer survivors in our community. The group is generously supported by the Saltzman Foundation Life Long Learning Institute at the Katz JCC. For more information about Knitted Knockers, visit the organization’s website or the Knitted Knockers Facebook page.

To receive a pair of free Knitted Knockers, email