Artisan Bags by Refugee Women | We Made This

Support refugee women's empowerment

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Thank you for your support of We Made This! There are many ways to help us promote our mission and expand our impact: 

Refugee Woman

Sponsor a student! Many of our partners and community members have sponsored an enrollment for a student in We Made This. $1000, or $83/month will provide 10 hours/week of instruction, materials, and a sewing machine for a student in our program. We will send you a bio of the person that you have sponsored and invite you to graduation from the beginner-level sewing class!

(Clicking the SPONSOR A STUDENT button above will take you to the African Community Center’s donation page on ColoradoGives. Be sure to select We Made This as your program of choice under “Donation Details.”)

Refugee Teacher and Woman Sewing

Support our program with a donationOur program depends on the generous support of our community. Your donation will help pay for sewing instruction and materials, art therapy, ESL classes, civics lessons, and a safe space for women to build community and friendships, and to earn a supplemental income. 

  • $10 covers the cost of 9 bus passes to and from class

  • $25 will provide instructional materials for one student

  • $50 will help provide sewing instruction

  • $90 will buy a sewing machine for a graduate

  • $1000 covers all costs related to a student’s enrollment

(Clicking the DONATE button above will take you to the African Community Center’s donation page on ColoradoGives. Be sure to select We Made This as your program of choice under “Donation Details.”)

Fabric and Supplies

Give the gift of supplies! Gift us with supplies from our Amazon wishlist! We also are looking for like-new sewing machines (no hideaway cabinet style machines, please) to gift to program participants. Please contact wemadethis@acc-den.org if you would like to drop off a sewing machine. Please note: At this time, we are not accepting fabric donations. The generosity of our community is outstanding and we are filled to the brim! We encourage you to donate your fabric to Goodwill.