Sew Much Comfort

Sew Much Comfort

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Sew Much Comfort provides FREE adaptive (velcro closures) clothing to support the unique needs of our wounded service members from all branches of the Military and National Guard serving in current conflicts.  These injuries require large fixator, prosthetics and casts that are too bulky to wear regular clothing, wounded service members are limited to wearing hospital gowns. We designed the clothing to appear as normal civilian apparel.

Sew Much Comfort is the only organization providing FREE adaptive clothing to wounded service members.  Since our founding in November 2004, we have distributed more than 115,000 pieces of adaptive clothing to our wounded.

The battlefield survival rates have soared in the past decade because of critical advancements in military emergency care. Ninety percent of the 51,000 U.S. troops wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan have survived, largely due to breakthrough in causality care. But what they have not addressed is the clothing used to aide their recovery process.  Sew Much Comfort has stepped in to fill the void by providing FREE adaptive clothing to replace the ill-fitting and drafty hospital gown. Our adaptive  clothing allows them to wear normal appearing clothing and provides them warmth, comfort and dignity as they recover from their injuries.

Through our adaptive clothing we want to let them know that their sacrifice has not been forgotten as the clothing is made from thousands of volunteers across the USA who want to send a message "thank you for your service”, and that your sacrifice has not been forgotten."

By contributing to Sew Much Comfort as a volunteer, donating or becoming a partner, you can help make a difference in the recovery of our wounded service members.

We want to say Thank You to those who are active supporters of Sew Much Comfort!!

 

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