Make an impact with us

Riley passionately believes that everyone deserves to feel safe, supported, and cared for. That’s why we teamed up with two New York City poverty fighting organizations for Blanket the City™.

For every blanket purchased in 2019, a new blanket is donated to a family in need

Generous in Stitch & Spirit

For every blanket, throw, or comforter purchased on in 2019, a new blanket is donated to a family in need at one of 11 Win shelters throughout New York City. All Riley blankets – including throws, coverlets, comforters, and Riley Jr. blankets – qualify for this initiative.

We’re in This Together

Riley collaborated with Robin Hood to identify Win – New York City’s largest provider of shelter and services for homeless women and families — as the ideal beneficiary for Blanket the City™.

Group of friends at a Win shelter
Mother reading to son at a Win shelter

Make it Count

Win is the largest provider of shelter and services for homeless women and families in New York City, providing shelter and services to nearly 10% of the city’s homeless population. In the past year, more than 9,800 people have called Win their home.

Warmth for All

Riley is launching in New York City and plans to expand Blanket the City™ both geographically as well as through additional initiatives, activities and events to positively impact many more families in need.

Mother adoring her son at a Win shelter
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Founded in 1988, Robin Hood finds, fuels, and creates the most impactful and scalable solutions lifting families out of poverty in New York City, with models that can work across the country. Robin Hood invests roughly $120 million annually to provide legal services, housing, meals, workforce development training, education programs, and more to families in poverty in New York City. Learn more at

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Since 1983, Win has been transforming the lives of New York City’s homeless women and their children by providing a holistic solution of safe housing, critical services and programs they need to succeed on their own — so the women can regain their independence and their children can look forward to a brighter future. With more than 1,600 units of transitional housing providing shelter for more than 4,600 people every night, Win focuses on solutions for the many causes of homelessness by helping women improve their job skills, life skills, personal health and more. Learn more at

“Every night, 1,600 families sleep at a Win shelter. Our families are so grateful to have Riley Home blankets to decorate their rooms, and to one day bring to their own apartments.”

— Christine Quinn, President and CEO of Win

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