Virtual Sewing Companions
SEW WE WORK
Greetings - Sew We Work teaches disadvantaged persons how to sew - via zoom meetings. Currently I teach students whom I've been working with for almost a year. New Foundations and Project for Pride in Living partners with Sew We Work in order for their residents to learn a life-time skill, as well as the opportunity to earn money sewing their projects. We teach what the students want to learn - seams, zippers, pillows, bonnets, blankets. They have made masks, headbands, and bags.
The opportunity to volunteer is perfect for anyone who enjoys sewing, wants to help others learn, and doesn't mind chatting while sewing. A volunteer will need either a computer, laptop, tablet or phone that has a camera in order for student(s) to see the teacher and the student(s).
The sewing call is 2 hours per week, Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. No requirement to be there every week.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About SEW WE WORK
1430 EDGERTON ST, SAINT PAUL, MN 55130, US
To teach homeless persons or persons who live in poverty how to sew and craft with the possibility of earnin an income.
Not for profit, 501(c)3, teaching people how to sew and craft, at this time seeking volunteers to teach sewing and crafting.