A fruitfull day for the project!
Thanks to our local thrift store, NESAP, today we received two boxes of fabric for our dresses.. We were also given some bias tape to be used for the straps and lace for trim. These donations are very necessary as we would never be able to help so many children without them. When I got home there were 80 toiletry kits containing soaps, lotions, toothpaste and toothbrushes, washcloths, combs and other miscellaneous personal items. Thank you Bonnie and your church members for
"It wasn't my turn to wear it."
In case you are new to the Princess Pillowcase Project, let me say thank you for your interest. I am new at blogging, but hope I can publish some things of interest to you. My name is June Renner and I founded the project in September of 2011. We sew dresses and shorts for children all around the world, in North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Our ladies sew at senior centers, churches and in people's homes. Kits are available to sew at home. We are
Princess Pillowcase Project Founder Awarded "Citizen of the Year Honoree"
There is some GREAT NEWS for the Project. Perhaps some of you who are local to my area might have read in The Northern News that I am being recognized with a Hoby Wolf Award as a “Citizen of the Year Honoree” for the community and charity work I do through the Princess Pillowcase Project. The awards banquet is this coming Thursday, March 22nd at the Manchester Volunteer Fire Department’s Activities building located on York Street in Manchester. It is open to the public. Ticke