New Doll Drive for Children in Africa

Saturday, March 23, 2013


The Small Village Foundation is a humanitarian group that takes a group of teenagers to Africa each year to help in rural villages by providing things we often take for granted, like clean water, education, and health programs.

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At the end of their time abroad, the teenagers love to leave behind gifts for the children, and what better than their very own dolly!

The lovely Amy, Mommy of Lily (on the right who is volunteering this year with her friends), contacted me as they have set up there very own Dolly Donations Drive!!  Hooray!  And just look at the cute dolls the girls have already made!!!

Goal: 100 dolls (any more would be greatly appreciated!)

Boys and Girls dollies, in Medium to Dark skin tones Please :)


If you wish to help out please send your dolls directly to Amy! 

Amy Zimmer 
2244 North Longview Place, 
Boise, Idaho 83702

They cannot wait to receive your help in making a child’s life in South Africa a little bit brighter!

I can't wait to see your beautiful creations!  Hugs and Happy Sewing, 

Sarah xxx


wicked jypsi March 25, 2013 at 12:43 AM  

Hi Sarah. I am a big fan of your patterns and my daughter and I would be thrilled to join in the doll donations. Is there a particular pattern that should be used? Or any requirements I should know before we get started? Also, I would love to post something on my blog to promote and support your project - so just let me know when you can. (

This is really a wonderful thing your'e doing so keep up the great work!!!!

Sarah@Dolls And Daydreams March 25, 2013 at 8:24 AM  

Hooray! So pleased you'd like to help! You can use my free pattern if you wish or any of my patterns of course! Please feel free to spread the word on your blog that would be fab! And please do send me a photo when you're done!!! Big hugs and happy sewing to you both, Sarah xxx

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