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TUCSON CHAPTER
Community Service
Tucson Chapter members contribute more than 25,000 sewing hours annually toward community outreach. Large sew-a-thons, smaller groups and individuals are all part of a network that donates time and sewing talents toward making a difference in the lives of others.
Future Community Service Projects
  • Members are encouraged to sew Community Service Projects at home while we wait for the current health crisis to be over.!
Quilts of Valor

February 2,2019 was National Quilts of Valor Sew Day. Six ASG members including Char Gasker who heads the project, made a number of quilts for veterans.

Holiday Giving for Under 12

The 2020 Holiday Giving for Under 12 was a rousing success. Members staying at home produced some wonderful gifts which shared with three local charity organizations, St. Vincent de Paul, Salvation Army and Old Pueblo Homeless shelter. Members dropped off hundreds of items in three locations in the Tucson area. Dolls, bears, blankets, sloths, toys, books and clothing were donated. These items were greatly appreciated by our charities. See the letter from St. Vincent de Paul.





Mats for Greyhound Rescue
It's for the dogs! Members of the Westside Group, after hearing from Paige Huston about Greyhound Rescue sewed over 17 mats.  These mats will make the crates more comfortable for the dogs and go with them to their new homes.










Surgery Caps for Kids

Members of ASG sewed caps for children going into surgery and TMC. These caps are made of fun material that make them feel special and lessen the strangeness of a cap on their heads.












Updated: Jul 28, 2020