As a Soldier assigned to the US Army Warrior Transition Unit located at Ft Knox, KY, I just recently had surgery on my L shoulder to repair an injury I sustained during my deployment to Iraq.  While I was somewhat anxious about undergoing the procedure, I was glad to put the pain and discomfort behind me.  Thankfully the surgery went well and while I was in the recovery area I was given one of your company's t-shirts to put on.  The nurse told me how you provide clothing for wounded service members.  I was very moved by this and felt that the very least I could do was to express my sincere gratitude for what you guys do.  As a company commander in theater I was very fortunate not to have any of my Soldiers suffer a severe injury, but if they had it is wonderful to know that their hardship would have been lessened even a little by the availability of your clothing items.  You are true patriots for supporting us this way!  - MAJ Fred Garcia


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 your help.  The dress pants were a lifesaver on Christmas day.  Rod was able to sit in the wheelchair in REAL clothes instead of his boxer shorts.  That was wonderful for his self-esteem.    I have posted on your FB page and also made a donation.   I have shared your FB page on several of my Australian FB pages and with all my friends. I hope it results in some my Australian donations for you.


Thanks again




I am deployed here in Afghanistan. I was put in charge of the Wounded Warrior Support groups, which I love being a part of. I just wanted to take the time and say thank you for your support! I know the men and women that come through our hospital really appreciate what you have done for them. It's comforting to them, knowing they are not forgotten about. When the patients open the bags, their faces light up. I see what a difference it makes. Most of the patients have nothing but a hospital gown on. The clothes are a big deal to them. So thank you for everything you do, God bless.

Proud to serve,

SrA Wilson.



I can't type much with one good arm, but I had to get enough strength to say thank You. This meant so much. 

Photo on 3-25-13 at 10.59 AM

Tania Herrera 

US Army 


Sew Much More store in Austin Texas is holding a chariety raffle of 4 quilts with the proceeds going to Sew Much Comfort. If you live in Austin Texas you can stop by the store or you can call the store at 512-452-3166 to purchase raffle tickets.

Thank you,


Let us never forget all that has been done for each of us as we walk in freedom.

Michele Cuppy



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