The volunteers at the LPGA Shoprite Classic sewed quilts and they were delivered to a South Jersey family center. Thanks to The Shoprite Classic!
We recently connected with The Jewish Federation’s Orr Shalom foster program for disadvantaged youth in Israel. They wrote us this great letter after we gave them some quilts. “Dear Dean, Today we had the pleasure of visiting the Jewish Federation supported program Orr Shalom. Orr Shalom is a foster program […]
Our friends at Jack and Jill Ice Cream sewed ice cream quilts to sweeten sick children’s lives. Ice cream quilts sewn by Jack and Jill Ice Cream employees delivered to the pediatric ward at Doylestown hospital. A delicious treat for the children.
Working with our friends at Federation Housing making quilts!
Volunteers at Doylestown Hospital sew quilts for the pediatric ward. This is Carol who made the first quilt.
Our friends at Valley Forge fabrics sewed quilts and delivered them to the Chris Evert Children’s Hospital in Fort Lauderdale Fla. Valley Forge fabrics is a major supplier of fabric and furnishings to the hospitality and restaurant industry!
On April 24th, Kind Quilts board members Michelle Held, Dean Shull and Mike D’Alessandro visited St. Luke’s Hospital and donated 50 quilts made by the St. Luke’s volunteers. They met with the hospital staff who coordinated the distribution of the quilt kits and handled collection of the finished quilts. When […]
NPQ’s Five-Word Challenge On June 21, 2013 we tweeted an answer to NOQ’s question, What does your nonprofit community represent, using only five words. Our tweet was “Hug the world with love” which represents how blankets made by KindQuilts volunteers wrap their sick recipients with compassion. The winners were mentioned […]