I have a ton of fabric scraps of different sizes. Where can I donate them? Thanks.
By TDS from WY
There are some suggestions in the comments on these TF threads:
Maybe donate to a senior center or youth group for crafting.
Call an elementary school or church. They would love to have it for projects. Or, look online for charity sewing groups and donate it to them. There are lots of people who do charitable sewing projects for the military and hospitals. Make some calls in your area.
If you still have any quilt scraps left, I would be glad to take some off your hands and pay the shipping to my home. Two friends and I make quilts, lap robes, etc., for sick adults & children, for someone that has lost everything due to storms or fires, homeless or indigent, or someone that may just need a bit of kindness in very hectic lives.
Donating to a High School is also helpful. High School Home Ec classes are fading because supplying them is expensive. Most of those kids buy the fabric with their own earned dough but this may limit them from doing certain projects in the class (at least this was the case when I attended 5 years ago). Lots of people are eager for free project supplies! :)
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