Learn how to stitch up better future for family

WHETHER you’re a beginner sewer eager to thread your first needle or an experienced stitcher looking to refine your techniques, Community Support Services (CSS) Village invites you to empower yourself with the skills to start a successful micro business in the sewing industry.

CSS Village founder Mona Mahamad said program participants learned how to operate a sewing machine and how fabric properties worked while gaining the foundation to excel in the world of sewing and design.
She said the classes promoted sustainability and creativity as you crafted one-of-a-kind pieces.
“Our sewing program is open to everyone, including women from all walks of life and homeschooled children seeking enriching activities,” she said.
“We believe in creating an inclusive space where all individuals can explore their creativity and talents, with instructors dedicated to nurturing your skills and passionate about guiding you on your journey.
“We have about 10 students per intake in the program and after they do the training courses, they are assessed and progress to Camilla Project employment opportunities, creating items for sale.”
Mona said they were also recruiting more facilitators who could lead workshops and guide participants.
“If you know skilled sewers, encourage them to join our program and transition from training to employment or if you can assist with teaching, get in touch,” she said.
“Our mission is to initiate services for vulnerable families and provide them with the tools and ability to actively contribute to their personal and greater community life in a productive manner.”
To find out more or get involved: or 8772 0645.