Community Service Projects
Quilters Anonymous members create quilts and other gifts of comfort for members of our community. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Charity Committee is providing opportunities for curbside pickup of pre-ordered Charity quilt kits, and drop-off of finished Charity quilts.
Quilts are made for premature babies in the neonatal intensive care units (NICU) at UW Medical Center, Valley Medical Center, Evergreen Hospital, Swedish Hospital, and Swedish Issaquah Campus.
913 preemie quilts were delivered in 2022. Flannel burp cloths were also provided.
The Preemie Project is QA’s longest running charity project, providing more than 23,900 preemie quilts since 1986.
Quilted Comforts for Our Elderly
Quilts are made to provide comfort to elderly persons residing in Seattle area nursing homes.
347 quilts were delivered to ten nursing homes in 2022.
Since 2007, more than 2,960 quilts have been provided.
Evergreen Hospice Project
Quilts and other gifts of comfort are made for patients of Evergreen Hospice.
164 quilts, 112 catheter bag covers, 65 pairs of fleece mittens, and 5 fleece blankets were delivered in 2022.
Since 2007, more than 1040 quilts, 1180 catheter bag covers, 450 pairs of fleece mittens, and 390 fleece blankets have been provided.
Operation Baby Love
Baby quilts are made for military families at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, where they are delivered to the New Parent Support Center and Fisher House.
103 baby quilts were delivered in 2022.
Since 2006, more than 1090 baby quilts have been provided.
Christmas Stocking Project
Christmas stockings are made for Atlantic Street Center, helping to bring holiday cheer to children in our community.
1604 Christmas stockings were delivered in 2022.
Since 2001, more than 26,200 Christmas stockings have been provided.
Pillowcases for Fisher House
Pillowcases are made for military families at Fisher House, Joint Base Lewis-McChord at Madigan Army Medical Center. Fisher House provides comfort homes where military and veteran families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital.
135 pillowcases were delivered in 2022.
Since the start of this project, more than 3,300 pillowcases have been provided.