Giving back is a vital part of a full and rewarding life. Nothing is more fulfilling than using your skills and passion to contribute to the qualify of life of others in need within your own community. Throughout the country, ASG has become synonymous with sewing acts of kindness.
The Anti-Ouch Pouch is a pillow that hangs from the shoulder, fitting snugly under the arm to cushion the area after breast surgery or during radiation treatment. The wedge shape gently holds the arm away from the body when the user is standing. The strap holds the pillow in place without having to use sore arm muscles to “clutch” it. The strap is adjustable and the fiberfill may be adjusted via the overlapped opening.
ASG's 2013 Community Service Project was the T.A.G. Bag (Teach Another Generation) and is a great project to help teach sewing to younger sewing enthusiasts.
The Painted Turtle Pillow was our 2011 Community Service sewing project with pillows donated to The Painted Turtle Camp for children with chronic illness. It's important to use 100% cotton fabric for this project to protect these children from allergic reactions.
In 2009, our chapters sewed Drawstring Bags for the U.S. Troops through Operation Care Package.
In 2012, all chapters were invited to participate in the Blanket Project which addressed a common need of warmth and comfort for hospice patients, veterans and receiving blankets for indigent families.