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Who we are, what we do
There are few things more comforting than wrapping yourself or
your child in a quilt made with love. Quilts from Caring Hands (QCH)
is striving to bring this feeling to children in need in Oregon's
Willamette Valley area. Since its inception in 1990, QCH has given
away over 9000 quilts. In the past few years, QCH
has averaged 510+ quilts a year.
The primary purpose of Quilts from Caring Hands is to make quilts
for children-at-risk: the homeless, those in foster care, drug addicted,
visually impaired, abused, as well as infants of teen mothers (see
list of local agencies who distribute
Quilts from Caring Hands volunteers make crib and twin-size quilts.
Our volunteers assemble tactile quilts and toys for visually impaired
children. Each quilt we make for a child is unique.
We also make and donate Christmas stockings to a local children's
Quilts from Caring Hands is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
All donations are tax deductible.