Sew For Hope

Sew for Hope provides sewing machines and training for international refugees in the Nashville, TN area. We do this to advance lives in our community through a sense of accomplishment and worth in conjunction with a hope for future earnings for students. Read more about us and our desire to share the art of sewing with others who will benefit from it.

Interested in taking a sewing class?
Click here to read more about our classes.

Students graduating from 1st quarter  2014 classes are wearing clothing they created in class from beautiful fabric donated by the family of Marguerite Cato. Sew For Hope and our students are grateful for their gift to our program. Contact us if you want to attend a graduation as a guest.
Interested in helping us bring these sewing classes to the refugee community in Nashville?
Click our "Want to Help?" above.

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“When a foreigner lives with you in your land, don’t take advantage of him. Treat the foreigner the same as a native. Love him like one of your own. Remember that you were once foreigners in Egypt. I am God, your God. Leviticus 19:34, The Message (MSG)