Here’s an organization that’s really doing something to support our wounded warriors. Sew Much Comfort uses 1500 volunteer seamstresses to make adaptive clothing for those troops who have special tailoring needs. According to the DefenseLink article, “Troop-support Group Specializes in Adaptive Clothing“, the organization makes about 30,000 pieces of clothing a year and sends them to military members being treated in military hospitals such as Walter Reed, Bethesda, and Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
Do their efforts have an impact? Just look at the smiles on these soldiers’ faces.