Giving Back

Sustainable sewing gives back.
It’s learning to create with excellence.
It’s redeeming wounded self-worth.
It knows quality matters,
because all is done for the glory of God.
It’s doing an everyday mundane task
and finding how God wants to use it
to bless another.
It’s not waiting for the some sweet day
when you have something to give away.
It’s giving without getting.
It’s living faith now.

Widowed mamas learn to sew –
measure, mark, pin, thread, stitch. 

Result – 
Fluffy, bright pillows for handicapped, orphaned children. 
 Our friend, and seamstress extraordinaire, 
        teaches with humor and expects the best. 
The widowed mamas learn to sew by hand, 
on electric and manual machines.  
 A four-legged visitor
interrupts the class.
Pillow delivery = JOY!

This project helped six widowed mamas to learn a skill and use it to bless someone else, before they used it to benefit themselves. The project can continue but needs your help.  
  •  $200 will buy another manuel sewing machine. (The electric one was barrowed. The manual and sewing supplies were generously provided. Thanks!)
  • Dontions will purchase material - cotton katanga at about $2.oo per yard.
 With these items we could teach weekly,
 improving the mamas' skill base and blessing those in need.

Check the paypal bar on the right
Send donation payable to CARE
PO Box 3543, Pagosa Sp. CO 81147
with a sticky note - "CARE4Nations. Sewing."

Asante sana!
Mungu akubariki.
hugs form the haugers Ooo0