Started by Maddie & Morgan Manning, the Bundle Up Club is a non-profit organization on a mission to make a difference in the world by providing hand-made blankets, hats, scarves, and other goods to those in need.
Maddie & Morgan want people to know they’re valuable; they want them to feel loved. They want the homeless, the needy, the less-fortunate, the forgotten to know they are worth the investment of their time and effort and work and thoughts and prayers.
It's a cold world outside - let's blanket them in His love.
Matthew 25:36
Thank you for your help and support!

Monday, August 31, 2015

AdaFest Success and a Tupperware Party

Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who came out to see the Bundle Up Club at Ada Fest! The day was a great success. We made $454 from the bake sale, and with other donations that came in over the weekend, we made a grand total of $793.35 for our fall #helpthehomeless project!!

Also, GREAT BIG thanks to all the ladies who volunteered today and helped make baked goods. We couldn't do this without you and we are so grateful!

To Becky & Charles Shinault and all the other fine folks at Hot Shots Coffee House - thank you so much for letting us use your slice of real estate to further our cause. We appreciate all you do!

Finally, thanks to the nameless band - Caleb Manning, Mitchell Galbreaith, Nathaniel Nipper, Eric Crowell, and Jaron Keith for playing some good music for us today. Congrats on your first gig - you guys did great!
All the funds we raised over the weekend will be used to purchase supplies to make hats, blankets, and scarves for those affected by homelessness in the Oklahoma City, OK area. Now the real work begins! We will be making items to deliver to Pastor Vernon Carter at the OKC Metro House of Hope from now until mid-November. We plan to partner with The Wave youth group from Abba's House Worship Center here in Ada to deliver and help distribute the items made some time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. We'll give you more details about that as we have them.
Our friend Mandy has graciously hosted a Tupperware party to benefit The Bundle Up Club. Forty percent of the profits of this party will be donated to our cause! If you're interested in purchasing some great products as well as supporting a great cause, check it out:
Finally, we could really use some help making hats, blankets, and scarves. We have a limited number of volunteers working and could use more! If you don't know how to knit or crochet, it's okay -- we can teach you how to use a loom, and if you don't know how to make no-sew fleece blankets, we can teach you that, too. It's super easy to learn! We provide all the supplies needed, so all we need is YOU. Please contact via our Facebook page or email if you'd like to volunteer!


Monday, August 17, 2015

Updates, AdaFest, & #helpthehomeless

Greetings, All!

It's been a while since we updated the blog, so we thought we'd let you know what's been going on in our world of late. On Friday, July 24th, we delivered the hats and blankets we made for the children who are patients at the Jimmy Everest Center at OU Medical. With the help of our team and the support of those who donated, we made 65 hats and blankets for our #kidswithcancer project!


Thank you so much for your help on this project! We are grateful we had the opportunity to give a little something to these wonderful kids who fight so hard. It is our prayer that God will bless them and their families, and that each time they bundle up in one of our blankets, they'll remember someone is thinking of them and praying for them!
The Bundle Up Club has been given the opportunity to set up a fundraising booth from 10 am to 4 pm at Hot Shots Coffee House for AdaFest. We'll be selling baked goods and taking donations to raise funds for our fall #helpthehomeless project. Come see us at Hot Shots, and be sure to visit all of the groups and merchants up and down Main Street, donate to the blood drive, enjoy the music and stay for the festival on ECU’s plaza from 5-11 pm. Hope to see you there!

Our #helpthehomeless project is in full swing! This year we'll be donating hats, blankets, and scarves to the Metro House of Hope in Oklahoma City. Our goal is to make at least 100 of each item to give this homeless ministry, and we will travel to OKC some time in November to deliver and help distribute what we have made. If you are interested in working with us on this project, we could use your help! We have plenty of yarn, but are currently in need of fleece for making blankets. Also, we need people to help us make items. We provide the supplies!

If you are interested in helping us any way, please contact us via our Facebook page at  or email us at

If you're interested in giving monetarily, you can send a cash or check, or donate online at