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2019 News

Kellogg Care$ Program Award

Love Sews Ministry just received a check from the Kellogg Company for $500! Vicky is one of our volunteers that tracks her service hours and turns them into cash for Love Sews Ministry!

 

Here is how the program works:

The Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund (KCCF) Kellogg’s Care$ Program serves to extend the company’s
commitment to the communities where we live and work. This program provides a $100 contribution to an eligible organization for every 10 hours of volunteer time recorded by an employee, retiree or board member within a consecutive 12-month period. Active, full-time, salaried and hourly employees of all
Kellogg Company U.S. divisions, Kellogg retirees and current Kellogg board members are eligible.

If you or someone you know is now working for or has retired from the Kellogg Company, click this link to sign up for this program and help Love Sews Ministry with your volunteer hours!

Many other larger corporations have service plans very similar to this one! Check with your employer to see what volunteer benefit programs are available. Love Sews Ministry would love to partner with you and your company to make your service time or donation dollars go a long way to helping those who are struggling with difficult life situations. Please contact us if your company needs more information about

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January Make-and-Take 

Love Sews Ministry offered our first quarterly make-and-take class - homemade mittens. This group of ladies did a great job. Thanks for coming out and trying something new! 

CWIT Donations

As part of our community involvement, Love Sews Ministry often donates quilts to CWIT (Center for Women in Transition). CWIT's mission: "The Center’s mission is to respond to, reduce, and prevent domestic and sexual violence. This mission will be achieved through education, collaboration, and advocacy, with crisis and supportive services to victims and survivors." Check out their website for more information: https://www.cwitmi.org/