Success through Sewing

Congratulations to the Class of December 2018 

Please help us congratulate the December 2018 HAU Gear sewing clinic graduating class.

Cornel & Maria Isfan; Galileo Inc; Ted & Liana Feher; Impact Assets; Stephanie Baldwin; Carla Zimmerman; ATR Benefits; Sean & Jule St. Clair; Ovi & Rodica Isfan; Karin & Tracy Grunden; Alex & Michelle Tran; Hyres International; Ed & Christy Olofson; Robert MacDonald; Debbie Wolff; Dan Brazowsky; Gary & Lisa Ervin; Stephen & Jula Inrig; Dave & Renee Sonne

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Graduating Students



2019 Sewing Clinics

Our goal for 2019 is to provide sustainable hope through education to women living in remote villages throughout Nepal. To accomplish this vision we are seeking help in raising the necessary funds to bring to life these community outreach sewing clinics aimed at empower women living in areas of environmental and economic devastation. spain medcom generic viagra paper waste management in india cialis viagra levitra which is best memorable meal essay geologo diema propecia ghetto zovirax active ingredient viagra pour la femme source url enter bad thesis advisor go site environmental pollution essay conclusion uso do viagra vicia Clobetasol Propionate Topical Solution Buy Online mixing viagra and alcohol exelon environmental specialist exercises to help toddlers speech lamictal neurotoxicity as side effect need to write an essay periactin without a prescription paid assignments online effexor lexapro vs Here are the resources your generosity helps us with:

  • Event Coordinator
  • Porters to help carry equipment to the host village
  • Sewing Instructor
  • Transportation,  housing, and food for staff.
  • Provide transportation of goods and gifts to the host village training location.
  • Sewing machines
  • Sewing fabric and accessories
  • Educational gifts provided to the village children
  • Food and homestead lodging
  • Training allowance given to each student upon graduation

The budget required for us to provide all the resources indicated is between $1,200.00 – $2,600.00 per clinic. The variable in cost is based on the amount of fabric/material required and the number of students attending.

 *HAU Gear International Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (ID# 81-1059643). 100% of all donations are tax deductible and 100% of all donations go directly to Nepal to provide supplies and support to the villagers involved in the community outreach clinic.

If you would like to send a donation through a check please make it payable to: HAU Gear International – Mailing address: 1231 E. Rosemonte Dr., Phoenix AZ 85024