Sew aprons for teenage moms graduating from high school
There are 35 young moms at Braemar School with a big milestone coming up: they’re graduating.
It’s a Terra Centre tradition to give Braemar graduates a package of gifts to celebrate their achievement, with items for the moms, their babies and their homes. Terra saw yegSpark’s recent call for handmade aprons for the kitchen at La Salle women’s shelter and thought they would be great for the grads, too.
Terra Centre is a non-profit organization that helps pregnant and parenting teens develop the self-reliance and skills to be successful parents. Its program at Braemar, an Edmonton Public School, provides students with child care, integrated social services, a connection to community and cultural resources and support to transition to post-secondary education or career training.
Hit the red button to sign up and we’ll send you a suggested apron pattern and locations to drop off your work. If you haven’t already, you’ll need to register for yegSpark first. It’s free; there’s no obligation; and we’ll notify you when we add new service opportunities.