Delta Quilters contribute handmade items to local agencies and organizations as our way of recognizing the work they do to make our community a better place in which to live. Donations are also made to disaster relief programs in response to loss due to fire, or other type of disaster, which we consider on a case by case basis.
Below are some of the different organizations we support with our donation sewing:.
Shepherd’s Gate is a Christian nonprofit with a mission to free women
and children from the destructive cycles of homelessness, abuse, and
Quilts are made for each woman and her child(ren) at time of their completion of the program for independent living and given to them as a gift as they begin independent living.
Aspiranet is committed to securing loving homes for foster children and
matching children with families where they will thrive.
Quilts are donated for each child.
Neonatal intensive care nurseries (NICU) serve newborns who need a higher level of care, allowing mom and baby to stay together without having to transfer the newborn to another facility. .
NICU quilts are made for each newborn and sent home with him/her.
Quilts Honoring Veterans honor men and women that serve or have served in our military to thank them for their bravery, sacrifice and service.
Quilts Honoring Veterans are quilted hugs of appreciation, comfort and healing. Patriotic themes and colors are used and the quilts are presented to recipients in our local communities.
Click here to see some of these beautiful quilts presented to veterans.
A Fidget Quilt is a small lap quilt that includes things for a person suffering
from dementia or Alzheimers to interact with - ‘fidget’- with the quilt
Golden Hills Church sponsors foster children, 6-11 years of age to attend Royal Kids Camp each summer. Delta Quilters make pillowcases for all children to go with the camp theme each year.