How to Help

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Join a local group

You may join a group in your area with a view to donating some garments every year or help with the sewing or knitting of various garments, please contact the Secretary at secretary@qmcg.org.uk and she will let you know where your nearest group is.

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Start running a new group

You might like to start a group amongst your family, friends and work colleagues.

As the organiser of a group you will become a President, and given the opportunity to attend both the AGM and to help prepare items for the annual distribution (called Packing Week) to the charities the Guild supports.

Please contact the Guild Secretary on secretary@qmcg.org.uk for further information about running or joining an existing group.

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Join the Schools Group

We will welcome new Schools into our Schools Group wherever they are located.

To receive a School’s Pack or to have our Schools Representative visit your school, contact the Schools’ Coordinator at schools@qmcg.org.uk

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Donate

Fund raising is an on going process. Donations of money are specifically used to purchase required items of clothing or linen that are sent directly to charities working to improve the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable people.

If you wish to donate, and are a UK taxpayer, we are able to reclaim tax on your donation. Download a Gift Aid form.

If you have any new items of clothing or linen that you wish to donate, please contact the Secretary at secretary@qmcg.org.uk and she will let you know how best to get it to us.

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Make a dontation

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For lots of knitting patterns especially designed for premature babies click here: Ray of Hope’s Babywear Patterns

You can print off the Guild’s  Preferred list 2020 and distribute it amongst members of your Group.

Please read and take note of their copyright conditions.

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Thank you so much for whatever contribution you are able to make, it will certainly go to a good home.

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