CURRENT PROJECT

Do you sew? Help a mastectomy patient by making a comfort cami. 

 

The cami is a stretchy cotton top with inside pockets to contain the post-op drains. This simple garment provides comfort and peace of mind to a patient during the day and especially at night as they try to find a comfortable position for sleeping.

 

Mastectomy drains are typically worn for two weeks after the surgery. Tubing is inserted near the incision and hangs down about 18 inches, ending in a specially designed bulb that collects excess fluid from the surgical site. If that sounds uncomfortable...it is!


It costs about $15 to make one cami and takes about 2.5 hours of time, This is a beginner level sewing project. Pease visit our Get Involved page to complete the volunteer sign-up form. Don't sew? You can support us by making a donation

Volunteer Training
Friday, February 28
1:00-3:00 pm 
Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry, 1110 Jericho Rd., Aurora
Please RSVP to attend: amy@healingtohealthy.org or 331-230-8706

Photo courtesy of breastcanceryogi.com