UPDATE: AS OF 5/1/2022, WE WILL NO LONGER REQUIRE EVERYONE TO WEAR A MASK BUT PLEASE REALIZE THAT OUR GROUP IS MADE UP OF OLDER FOLKS WHO MAY BE VULNERABLE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS. OUR HOURS WILL BE 9 am-12:00 pM.  WE WILL NOT BE EATING LUNCH TOGETHER UNTIL THE WEATHER WARMS UP AND WE CAN EAT OUTSIDE. WE WILL HAVE A SHORT MEETING AND SHOW-AND-TELL AT 11:30, AND THEN WILL BREAKDOWN TABLES AND CLEAN OUR TWO ROOMS. 

WE WILL ACCEPT FABRIC DONATIONS ON WEDNESDAYS BETWEEN 9:00 AND 11:30.  IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, PLEASE CALL OUR NUMBER (541-286-8831) AND LEAVE A MESSAGE. SOMEONE WILL CALL YOU BACK AND GIVE YOU AN ALTERNATE DROP-OFF LOCATION. YOU MAY ALSO CALL 541-753-0401. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT WHAT WE MOST NEED ARE 100% COTTON FABRICS.”

Who we are and What we do

There are few things more comforting than being wrapped in your own handmade quilt.  The primary purpose of Quilts from Caring Hands is to bring this feeling of loving comfort to at-risk children in Oregon’s Benton, Linn and Marion counties. These include those who are homeless, drug addicted, visually impaired, or abused, and those in foster care. Our quilts are distributed through designated social service agencies.

Each quilt we make for a child is unique.  In addition to crib- and twin-sized quilts, we also assemble tactile quilts and “cuddlers” for visually impaired children.  The finished quilts and cuddlers are given away once each quarter.

QCH is grateful to our sponsors for their support over the years. Quilts from Caring Hands is a volunteer-powered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  All donations are tax deductible.