Put your excess sewing supplies to good use.

Terzilia and Jules, students in the Mole St. Nicolas sewing class, opening a box of donated sewing supplies.

We are always seeking new or gently used sewing supplies for our sewing programs.

However, due to the high shipping costs to Haiti, we have to be strategic in what we send. Here is a list of sewing supplies that we can currently use.

  • Cotton fabric - solids or modern, trendy prints. 1 yard minimum, please.
  • Denim fabric - all colors. 1 yard minimum please.
  • Zippers - All sizes and varieties.
  • Clasps/Hooks & Eyes - All sizes and varieties.

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and donations are tax deductible.

Please contact us if you're interested in making a donation.  We also accept monetary donations that can be designated to purchase new sewing supplies.

Thank you for your interest!

***Please note: Our office is located in the Louisville, Kentucky area. As much as we'd like to, we are unable to pickup donations or cover the cost of shipping. If shipping is cost prohibitive, you might check with your local churches and thrift stores to see if they could use the supplies.

This ministry is changing lives in our community. It’s giving ladies who are often abused/mistreated a chance to support their family and stand on their own.

It’s the only sewing class within a 3-hour walking distance. I’m grateful for the support & sacrifices made so that we can not only provide jobs but show them Jesus in a very tangible way. This class is creating disciples and a sisterhood of support!
— Jody Castillo, NWHCM