Emergency Comfort

Posted by pam on January 29th, 2016


QFK Coldspring, TX, Chapter recently donated 26 quilts to San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office.  These quilts will be placed in emergency vehicles and used to comfort children who are injured, ill or in crisis.


They will make another delivery soon to the Sheriff's office so they will have enough quilts to place 2 in each vehicle.


All San Jacinto County Fire Department Vehicles and First Responders now are supplied with quilts, and Coldspring volunteers will maintain their supplies as needed.




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Congrats, Canada!

Posted by pam on December 21st, 2015


Congratulations, Canada! Sault Ste. Marie, ON, that is!  This brand new chapter, and our first in Canada, has donated 200 quilts to date.  

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Healing Hearts

Posted by linda on December 8th, 2015


Thank you to Michael and Ellen Barkann for your wonderful Healing Hearts Foundation. It was a pleasure handing out quilts to the children needing some cuddling.

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Congratulations, Lehigh Acres, FL!

Posted by pam on November 20th, 2015

Following another successful fund raiser at River Hall CC, some of the members of the Lehigh Acres, FL, Chapter loaded up 73 quilts to deliver to Golisano Children's Hospital in Ft Myers, FL. This busy chapter has members from all over Southwest Florida.

"We are fortunate to be living in a community that is so supportive of this effort. New members are always welcome."

Thank you, Shelly Albert and all the wonderful Lehigh Acres ladies!

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Too Many Quilts?

Posted by pam on November 6th, 2015

Not a chance!


Betty Wright, the Northeast Georgia chapter president of Quilts for Kids, recently reached out to Athens Regional Pediatrics to offer a new volunteer partnership. Her team is passionate about quilting — so much so that their overflowing stock of quilts begged for homes. But who could benefit?

negaOver the past three-and-a-half years, her prolific chapter has donated over 1400 quilts to children who are sick, homeless or in foster care, and as of October 26th, Athens Regional has been added to the list.

With the help of Susan Rice's quilting group, they hope to make monthly visits to the facility and put a quilt into the hands of every child.

“I only hope I can keep up with the needs and wants of the kids at ARMC. I know I’m going to enjoy trying,” Rice said.

Read more here.

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