Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club © 2017
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
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club ©2017
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 ).