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Monetary donations are the best way to help. Sew Much Comfort has secured fabulous pricing on garments and supplies. We will be able to purchase what is most needed.  Plus this will mean no shopping or shipping for you!
 

Through your generosity we can provide a wounded service member FREE adaptive clothing.

 

What will your donation provide?

 

Sew Much Comfort has recently received approval from the Military to purchase these IPFU uniforms (Improved Physical Fitness Uniform) and customize them for injured service members.  We are the only organization authorized to purchase and alter these uniforms, and the cost is great – as is the need.   

 

Cost per adapted IPFU garment:

 

$8.50    will allow us to purchase 1 IPFU t-shirt

$11.25  will allow us to purchase 1 IPFU long sleeve t-shirt

$15.25  will allow us to purchase 1 IPFU short

 

Cost per adaptive clothing:

$5 will allow us to purchase 1 t-shirt and supplies to adapt.

$10 will allow us to purchase 2 pair of athletic shorts and supplies to adapt.

$25 will allow us to purchase 2 pair of athletic shorts, 2 t-shirts and supplies to adapt.

$50 will allow us to purchase 2 pair of pj pants, 4 boxer shorts, 2 t-shirts and supplies to adapt.

 

 

Gift Cards: Target, Wal-Mart, Kohls, JCPenney, Visa, etc.

 

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We Accept Visa, Discover, Mastercard, American Express, and E-Checks

 

Or Mail your Donation to:

Sew Much Comfort
13805 Frontier Lane
Burnsville,  MN  55337

 
Sew Much Comfort is not accepting any clothing donations at this time.  We have had an incredible amount of clothing donated.  With the changes in what the Military hospitals are requesting and ordering of the IPFU (Improved Physical Fitness Uniform) we have taken off the acceptable clothing list.  We deeply appreciate the outpouring of support.  Thank you 
 
 
Sew Much Comfort thanks all our generous supporters for being particularly mindful of our wounded service members and their families as well as remembering that our mission is far from over.