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The Mission of Sew Much Comfort is to provide FREE adaptive (velcro closures) clothing to support our wounded service members from all branches of the Military and National Guard. Many injuries require large fixators, prosthetics or casts that are too bulky to fit under ordinary clothing. Without our adaptive clothing, wounded service members are limited to wearing hospital gowns during their recovery. Sew Much Comfort adaptive clothing allows them to wear normal looking adaptive clothing which enhances their comfort and dignity during their recovery process.

Since 2004, Sew Much Comfort has proudly supported those who serve. Our seamstresses have selflessly volunteered their time & talent producing more than 149,700 pieces of adaptive clothing. From the very beginning, SMC’s focus has been about providing FREE adaptive clothing to positively impact our wounded warriors as they recover from their injuries and transition back into their communities.

We provide adaptive clothing at many military hospitals and are setup to ship to individual service members as well. Sew Much Comfort is the only support charity providing FREE adaptive clothing for the Military. If you are a service member who could benefit from our adaptive clothing, please click here. If you are a Military facility that would like to learn more about having adaptive clothing made available to you, please contact Michelle.

We are truly blessed and greatly appreciate our amazing volunteers, donors and partners who have helped us to "honor, remember and support" our wounded service members as they recover from their injuries and transition back into their communities. Everyone’s generosity is making a real difference for our wounded and for that we are forever grateful.

Sew Much Comfort continues to operate with low administrative overhead of less than 2%. That means 98% of every dollar donated to SMC is being spent providing FREE adaptive clothing to our wounded service members.

We salute all our Military and extend heartfelt thanks for your selfless service and sacrifice to our country. We also want to thank your families who have made sacrifices so that you can serve.

What Others Said

My son is a patient at the Polytrauma Rehabilitation Unit at San Antonio. He was injured on January 4th, 2015 and is emerging from coma.

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Just a quick note to let you know that we received your parcel with the clothing in it for Rod.  Thank you so, so much for

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