We Made This aims to raise $10,000 to extend Tin Tin’s contract as a part-time sewing instructor.
Tin Tin, a WMT artisan and refugee from Burma inspires the We Made This class with her unmatched confidence and teaching style. By extending Tin Tin’s contract, We Made This will maintain this sustainable operation in which the women themselves contribute to the running of the classroom and teach one another.
Together, we can contribute towards a growing initiative working to meet the essential needs for women and also, to build a confident, creative community of artisans.
Click here to access our brochure and learn about the We Made This sewing and empowerment initiative!
WMT is a sewing and empowerment initiative for refugees in the Metro Denver Area. We specialize in up-cycle and handmade products made from donated and imported fabrics. We are from various countries like Burma, Bhutan, Nepal, Eritrea, Somalia, Togo, Congo…etc. Colorado is now our home.
WMT participants are empowered to become able, productive and contributing community members. Many possess skills, creativity and a desire to become seamstresses, artisans, sewing assistants and retail employees. Our initiative is open Monday‑Friday in Denver, CO. We sell our product lines in various stores and crafting markets. To learn more about WMT, please click here for a detailed overview of the program and ways that you can get involved.
Who gets the money?
Proceeds support our initiative and the participants of We Made This.
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