Charity Quilts

Our guild makes quilts to donate to local charities in New York City. Our charity projects are inspired by our Mission Statement:

Our mission is to develop and promote the art of modern quilting through cooperation, education and community.

We aim to build long-term relationships with the charities we support, and we plan to do at least three charity projects per year. Check out our Photo Gallery for pictures our completed projects.

If you’re a registered charity and you’d like us to donate a quilt, you can contact us at

If you’d like to get involved in our charity work, we’d love to have you join us! Our charity projects are open for all guild members to participate. Anyone in the guild can join our Charity Committee – and anyone in the guild can volunteer to lead a new charity project. We’re always on the lookout for fun new ideas!

Here are our planned charity projects for the 2016/17 season:

Kids’ Quilts for Heartshare St Vincent’s Services

  • Status = In Progress.
  • Coordinator = Theresa M.
  • Eleven quilt tops have been made, and we’ve found volunteers to do the quilting & binding.
  • We’re aiming to complete the quilts in time for our June guild meeting.

Quilt for the NYU Langone Military Family Clinic

  • Status = Completed.
  • Coordinator = Caroline PY.

‘Log Cabin with a Twist’ quilts

  • Status = In Progress.
  • Coordinator = Eva LB.
  • The quilts are currently being bound.
  • After the quilts are completed, the charity committee will choose an organization to donate the quilts to.

Teens’ quilts for ‘Quilts for Kids’

  • Status = planned to start in June 2017.
  • Coordinator = Chris E. & Bernadette F.
  • At the June guild meeting, we will introduce this project and give instructions for making the blocks.
  • This will be a fun project for guild members to work on over the summer break!

Baby Quilts for ‘Room to Grow’

  • Status = start date is TBC.
  • Coordinator = Eva LB.
  • We will start this project when the guild has capacity (after we complete our other charity projects.)