The journey of a comforter
Give hope and comfort
If you want to create comforters to send with MCC, below is a list of specifications and other helpful resources including step-by-step videos.
Last year, MCC shipped 59,277 comforters to communities in Canada, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Malawi, Syria, Ukraine, Zambia and the U.S., including Puerto Rico.
- Use new or nearly new material
- Single/twin size 150 cm x 200 cm (60 in x 80 in) is preferred, but larger sizes are also acceptable.
- Please use polyester or cotton batting (4-8 oz is preferred for polyester batting)
- Double knotted with crochet cotton between 10-15 cm (4-6 in) apart.
For detailed instructions, download MCC's comforter guidelines or watch the three-part video series below to learn how to make an MCC comforter.
Part I: How to sew a comforter top
A step-by-step guide on how to sew an MCC comforter top.
Part II: How to tie a comforter
How to tie together the layers of an MCC comforter. Part 2 of 3 of the step-by-step guide.
Part III: How to finish a comforter
How to finish an MCC comforter. Part 3 of 3 of the step-by-step guide.
We also accept:
- Purchased comforters (twin or full size)
- New, flat twin sheets (for hospitals, schools and orphanages)
Bring completed comforters to an MCC drop-off location.
MCC's comforter guidelines
For detailed instructions, download the comforter guidelines here.
Kit Drop-Off Locations
Once you’ve completed your kits and comforters, find a drop-off location near you. With locations throughout the U.S. and Canada, we are happy to accept your donations of comforters, completed kits and kit materials.
Material Resources: A hands-on way to help others
MCC believes that sharing supplies like kits and comforters is an important way to communicate compassion and care for people across the globe, fulfilling Christ's command to love our neighbors. Volunteers are a driving force behind MCC’s Material Resources program.
Cash for kits and comforters
Every donation makes a difference.