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Rebuilding the Lives of Others

In FSM’s commitment to community and family, we’re always on the lookout for ways we can value add to the lives of others. In 2018, founder and CEO Eli Valenzuela had a chance to extend a helping hand as a mentor and instructor for the new Sewing & Upholstery Program at Sussex Correctional Institute in neighboring Georgetown. 

Every Thursday you’ll find Eli leading a group of male and female students, equipping them with life skills that can aid their success upon release. “It goes way beyond the training,” Eli says. “We’re equipping them with a skill set that may end up using at FSM, but most of all providing them with a sense of dignity that comes from simply knowing someone cares."

Members from the current SCI Sewing & Upholstery Class



 
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)