Our mission is to serve our community by preserving and promoting fiber arts, creating a spirit of fellowship and love among our volunteers and board members, and producing handmade items which bring comfort, love and solace to others.
Richmond Workshop: September 1, 2023
Now that our social area is being used more frequently by members, we want to remind everyone not to leave food or food containers in the trash. You are welcome to eat or drink in the workshop, just be sure to take any wrappers, bags, or food item with you when you leave. This will discourage any unwanted little creatures. Thank you, in advance, for your support of this request.
Masks are now optional for anyone entering the workshop.
Please be sure to record your information legibly on the newly formatted “ins and out’s” form on the clipboard. We are transferring this data to a computer format and your help is needed to make our data entry easier. Thank you for your assistance with this project.
As always, we request that you do not come to the workshop if you are feeling unwell, have a temperature or if you have been in the company of someone who has been unwell.
The Richmond workshop, located at 1114 Westbriar Drive in Henrico, is open for members to come in to sit and craft during regular hours; 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Please do not enter the workshop after hours.
It is important to note that the workshop cannot accept mail. Please send any inquiries for information or how to make donations to email@example.com .
Fredericksburg/King George Workshop
The Fredericksburg/ King George workshop will be open on the second and the fourth Tuesdays from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. during September, given the extreme heat and lack of AC at the workshop, Tuesday 12th and Tuesday 26th. Please come by to pick up fabric, yarn or to drop off your completed projects. Fredericksburg received a really nice donation of fabric recently so please come along to check that out. Lots of sewing patterns can be found on our website HERE.
Masks are optional and there will not be a signup sheet going forward unless it is a special event.
The address is 1320 Central Park Blvd., Fredericksburg 22401. Parking is behind the building. Enter from the double doors from the parking lot. Entry to Suite 108 is from the rear parking lot. If you only want to drop off items and not enter the workshop, use the front door from the street side, however parking in very limited there.
Please note this workshop cannot accept mail. Please send all mail to: From the Heart, c/o Sally Moore, 5807 E. Carnifex Ferry Rd., Fredericksburg, VA 22407.
We look forward to seeing you at the Fredericksburg workshop
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From our humble beginnings…
…in a Starbucks coffee shop in 2001, to our close to 2,000 member base today, the volunteer organization From the Heart continues its charitable mission.
From the Heart is involved in numerous projects, from making chemo hats for local cancer centers, preemie baby hats for the tiniest of our recipients, sleeping bags and warm mitten sets for the homeless in the Richmond community.
From the Heart volunteers are constantly finding new opportunities to help, and encourage anyone who knows of an unmet need in the community to please bring it to our attention.
We invite anyone interested in joining our cause to join us by email, web site, or check the latest newsletter for our schedule and just show up!
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