Thank you for visiting and donating to our Giving Quilt!
These quilt squares represent the projects and tasks central to our mission of documenting, preserving, and sharing the stories of quilts and their makers. We need you to help us put together this quilt! To make your donation, look over the squares in our Giving Quilt below and click on a block to make your donation. Your contribution will be used to provide the necessary operating funds needed for our projects.
Contributions will be acknowledged both on this page and on our Supporters page — or you can remain anonymous. We’ll have a social media series in December thanking our Giving Quilt donors as well.
Thank you for adopting a Giving Quilt square and helping us meet our 2022 budget!
Thank you to the 2022 Giving Quilt Donors so far!
Micki Batte funded two hours of podcast production
CC Chance supported our projects
Diana Cherryholmes funded one seam ripper story
Meg Cox funded one interview with a hand quilter
Sandra Crane supported our work
Ruth Crump preserved quilt stories
Frances O’Roark Dowell supported our projects
Tina Foley saved a quilt story
Connie Griner funded two Go Tell It! interviews
Deborah Jones saved a quilt story
Melissa Jordan funded an interview with a hand quilter
Deborah Josephs funded one seam ripper story
Erika Keith supported our projects
Callie Lavoie funded an interview with a traditional quilter
Diane Metts funded two Go Tell It! interviews
Amy Milne kept two quilt stories from fading away
Lucina Moses funded preserving three quilters’ voices
Catharine Parker funded a Go Tell It! interview
Michael Parker saved a quilt story
Vicki Phillips funded one Go Tell It! interview
Cindy Rennels funded an interview with a traditional quilter
Susan Salser supported our work
Patricia Shaw preserved three quilters’ voices
Martha Sielman supported our work
Anne Davies-Sommerville supported our projects
Paula Straw funded two Go Tell It! interviews
Jeanne Sullivan funded a Go Tell It! interview
Dee Winter kept two quilt stories from fading away