Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Copyright © 2021
GVQC Donation Policy
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936
Genesee Valley Quilt Club’s mission statement includes the provision that we encourage and promote the art of quilt making. We gratefully accept donations that would inspire our members in their creativity of quilt construction. This includes monetary and non-monetary donations. GVQC accepts monetary donations of any size from any source. Non-monetary donations are limited to items that help our members in developing their quilt making skills (see GVQC accepted donations listed below). Items that GVQC does not accept may be accepted by other community organizations ( listed below ). Genesee Valley Quilt Club does not accept already made quilts or antique quilts from people outside club membership as these gifts do not support our mission.

Where You Can Donate Sewing and Quilting Items.

Genesee Valley Quilt Club

GVQC Comfort Quilts

Comfort Quilts is a part of GVQC. Comfort Quilts makes quilts to donate to local charities for their use. Some of the organization’s quilts are donated to area hospice homes, battered women’s shelters and child care organizations. Read more on Comfort Quilts . Comfort Quilts accepts the following items as donations: Quilting fabric (all cotton or flannel) Batting Already made quilt blocks Quilt kits Comfort quilts can be contacted at lgtraynor@frontiernet.net. GVQC Library The GVQC Library accepts donations of quilt books. Titles published in recent years are most likely to be added to our collection, while duplicates and older titles are also appreciated and offered for sale to members at monthly meetings. Schedule a pick-up or delivery to a committee member’s house by contacting Carol Kitchen at cakitchen41@gmail.com, (585-281-9572). Members should contact Carol Kitchen in person to check on needs for donations. [Friendly information to inquirers:] Many branches of Monroe Public Library also offer used books for sale and will accept cartons of books on assorted subjects.

Other Community Organizations that May Accept Donations

Building Community Through Quilting Building Community Through Quilting (BCQ) is a non profit organization that helps people in transition phases of their lives by teaching quilting to them and putting them in a community of people who enjoy quilting. Their quilts are donated to various charitable organizations around the Rochester area. Building Community Through Quilting accepts: Quilting fabric (cotton, fat quarter size and up) Batting Thread Already made quilt blocks Quilt kits Up-to-date quilt books and patterns Sewing tools and rulers BCQ can be contacted at bcq@frontier.com. Sew Green Rochester Sew Green Rochester is located near the Susan B. Anthony house area on West Main St. Sew Green is an organization committed to educating people of all social strata in all craft arts. They fund their organization by the resale of items donated to them. More information about Sew Green can be found at their web site sewgreenrochester.org . Sew Green Rochester accepts: Fabric of any nature Yarn Sewing machines Knitting and crochet needles and supplies Embroidery supplies Sewing notions (zippers, buttons, rick-rack, Velcro, lace, etc.) Sewing patterns and books Quilt books and magazines Craft Bits and Pieces Craft Bits and Pieces is located in the Village of Fairport. They resell craft items to fund transportation for senior citizens living in the Fairport area. More information can be found at craftbitsandpieces.com . Crafts Bits and Pieces accepts: All fabrics All craft items (knitting and crochet supplies, rug hooking supplies, embroidery supplies) All quilt supplies and tools Sewing notions and tools Sewing patterns and books Donations are accepted at their donation center, 104 Fairport Village Landing (see their web site for hours, craftbitsandpieces.com ).
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club , Copyright ©2021
GVQC Donation Policy
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936
Genesee Valley Quilt Club’s mission statement includes the provision that we encourage and promote the art of quilt making. We gratefully accept donations that would inspire our members in their creativity of quilt construction. This includes monetary and non-monetary donations. GVQC accepts monetary donations of any size from any source. Non-monetary donations are limited to items that help our members in developing their quilt making skills (see GVQC accepted donations listed below). Items that GVQC does not accept may be accepted by other community organizations ( listed below ). Genesee Valley Quilt Club does not accept already made quilts or antique quilts from people outside club membership as these gifts do not support our mission.

Where You Can Donate Sewing

and Quilting Items.

Genesee Valley Quilt Club

GVQC Comfort Quilts

Comfort Quilts is a part of GVQC. Comfort Quilts makes quilts to donate to local charities for their use. Some of the organization’s quilts are donated to area hospice homes, battered women’s shelters and child care organizations. Read more on Comfort Quilts . Comfort Quilts accepts the following items as donations: Quilting fabric (all cotton or flannel) Batting Already made quilt blocks Quilt kits Comfort quilts can be contacted at lgtraynor@frontiernet.net. GVQC Library The GVQC Library accepts donations of quilt books. Titles published in recent years are most likely to be added to our collection, while duplicates and older titles are also appreciated and offered for sale to members at monthly meetings. Schedule a pick-up or delivery to a committee member’s house by contacting Carol Kitchen at cakitchen41@gmail.com, (585-281-9572). Members should contact Carol Kitchen in person to check on needs for donations. [Friendly information to inquirers:] Many branches of Monroe Public Library also offer used books for sale and will accept cartons of books on assorted subjects.

Other Community Organizations that May

Accept Donations

Building Community Through Quilting Building Community Through Quilting (BCQ) is a non profit organization that helps people in transition phases of their lives by teaching quilting to them and putting them in a community of people who enjoy quilting. Their quilts are donated to various charitable organizations around the Rochester area. Building Community Through Quilting accepts: Quilting fabric (cotton, fat quarter size and up) Batting Thread Already made quilt blocks Quilt kits Up-to-date quilt books and patterns Sewing tools and rulers BCQ can be contacted at bcq@frontier.com. Sew Green Rochester Sew Green Rochester is located near the Susan B. Anthony house area on West Main St. Sew Green is an organization committed to educating people of all social strata in all craft arts. They fund their organization by the resale of items donated to them. More information about Sew Green can be found at their web site sewgreenrochester.org . Sew Green Rochester accepts: Fabric of any nature Yarn Sewing machines Knitting and crochet needles and supplies Embroidery supplies Sewing notions (zippers, buttons, rick-rack, Velcro, lace, etc.) Sewing patterns and books Quilt books and magazines Craft Bits and Pieces Craft Bits and Pieces is located in the Village of Fairport. They resell craft items to fund transportation for senior citizens living in the Fairport area. More information can be found at craftbitsandpieces.com . Crafts Bits and Pieces accepts: All fabrics All craft items (knitting and crochet supplies, rug hooking supplies, embroidery supplies) All quilt supplies and tools Sewing notions and tools Sewing patterns and books Donations are accepted at their donation center, 104 Fairport Village Landing (see their web site for hours, craftbitsandpieces.com ).