Why donate to Charity?

Sew-Geek donates 5% of their gross sales and a minimum of $50 each month to a chosen Charity.


The reason why

I truly believe in karma and that paying it forward is a way of life.

I have been given so much in my life that it is time for me and my business to give back to communities and charities. We donate to charities we believe in, and they are chosen carefully.

One of our biggest requirements is that they have to have a very low administrative expenses. That ensures that the donations have the biggest impact they can.

If you would like to suggest a charity, please contact us via the contact form on the right.


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charities for 2021

Autistic Self Advocacy Network




This organization was recommended to me by the one and only Kim Rhodes. And she knows as her daughter is Neuro Diverse.



The Trevor Project




Love is Love

The Trevor Project is an amazing organization that helps with LGBTQ+ Youth




To Write Love on her Arms




This charity is very dear to my hart. It is a suicide prevention organizaiton and has helped thousands over the years. It is an amazing organization that helps erase the stigma of mental illness.

Native American Rights Fund



This fund helps protecting and fighting for native rights for the past 50 years and going.






charities for 2021

Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Trevor Project

To Write Love on her Arms

Native American Rights Fund

charities for 2020

January and February we were not able to donate.

St. Francis Wolf Sanctuary $50

Wires 50AUSD

Arts in the Armed Forces $50

Black Lives Matter $50


Adopt a Classroom $50

O.U.R. $50

My Hope Chest $80

Just Keep Living Foundation $340

ACLU $280



charities for 2019

Kids Need to read $35

Hope Chest $60

Toys for Tots $125

Gary Sinise Foundation $125