Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Pad Donor Update - Summer 2016

As the pad ministry for Mission Possible has expanded, 
no one has been more surprised than me. It is truly a God-thing 
to see women from all over the world giving of their 
time and talents to sew cloth feminine pads. I give Him all the glory 
and I look forward to seeing how this simple act of kindness will impact 
the nation of Haiti for Christ in years to come.

This post covers all packages received between 
March 1 and Sept. 15, 2016. 

A total of 1,134 pads arrived from the following locations...

Marilyn from Canada sent these pads as well as travel soaps

36 pads were donated by Heather from Louisiana 

Supplies to make 21 pads were sent by the Borcher family from Ohio

The Women's Mission Group at Enon Baptist Church,
Danville, Alabama sent this gift of pads

Laura in Maine sent these pads and supplies

The Stitchers of St. Augustine, in Ft. Loramie, OH 

These pads were sewn by a customer at  Sew Nice

143 pads arrived from Oakland County Quilt Guild, Rochester, MI

Billie in South Dakota made these lovely pads

These pads were donated by Andrea in Illinois 

Lisa in Pennsylvania donated these pads!

Kathy, from Minnesota sent this gift of pads and supplies

 Sew Nice, a local sewing shop donated these lovely pads!

  A group of students from Lake County Schools in 
Tennessee sent fabric and lining for 40 pads

Lisa from Virginia sent 22 pads:)

These colorful pads were sent by Jan from Boise, Idaho

Billie from South Dakota sent these lovely pink pads!

These pads were sent by Carolyn who lives in Miami, FL

Jeong from Texas recently sent these lovely pads.

These pads were donated by Beverly from Minnesota!

We were excited to receive a large box of pads, cloth bags, and misc. 
supplies from Women on Mission at Cloud Springs Baptist
in Fort Oglethorpe, GA!

A gift of 24 pads arrived from Brigitte from Quebec, Canada!

124 pads were made donated by the Sew*Quilt*Share ladies
at our August meeting

Thank you pad donors!

Your generous gift is greatly appreciated and 
provides a life changing opportunity to each girl who receives a set of pads. 

Please visit these links to learn how your gift of 10 (or more) 
cloth feminine pads can make a difference:

May you always Sew in Peace!


  1. What amazing generosity - and such a great cause x

  2. Keep up the good work may God continue to bless you and all the people who made this project possible.

    Dressmaking Fabrics

  3. Hello Sandra,
    I would also like to help.
    I was wondering, do they have to be this exact design? May i do a similar design with the same dimentions and materials?
    Stephanie Lynn

    1. Great question Stephanie! You may use a similar design. If you choose to use a different core lining, please be sure the fabric/material that will not melt when pressed with a hot iron.

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