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APRIL - Quilt Donation Humanitarian Service Project
Jewels, in partnership with, Stitching Hearts Worldwide will be collecting quilt tops, regular and baby quilts, blankets and other items to donated to help refugees in Urkraine and elsewhere.
Stitching Hearts is a local charity based out of Pleasant Grove, UT that provides service opportunities for individuals, groups, and businesses wanting to help those in need. They provide service opportunities to collect and create items that are then distributed throughout Utah, and to those who suffer from natural disasters, human injustices, and unforeseen tragedies beyond their control around the world.
Jewels is asking our customers to join with us in helping with this humanitarian
project by donating and helping to make and bind quilts.
Please help us as we work to help provide 600 handmade quilts to refugee families. There are many levels of involvement where you can participate:
If we have an over abundance of quilts and are not able to quilt all of them Stitching Hearts will accept tops of quilts. They then will provide the batting and backing, and have volunteers to envelope them to be tied.
We will take quilts to Stitching Hearts on a weekly basis, so they will be able to be put on the next plane heading to the Ukraine refugee camps.
In grateful appreciation of those helping in this Service Project by donating, sewing & binding quilts,
Jewel's will be giving you a 25% Off coupon for one cut of fabric, one yard or more. (Coupon expires May 31, 2022)
Other Organzations Jewel's Fabric Stash routinely works with:
318 3rd Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84103-2659
Quilts donated to this charity will be taken to local refugees and refugees in places like Jordan, Turkey and Bangladesh. More information on this charity is found through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints website, on their Just Serve page.
Salt Lake City, UT
Any quilts without ties/yarn… that you donate at Jewels will be sent to Shriners Hospital. Shriners is a children’s hospital specifically for children with orthopedic impairments. They provide all care for free to the patient.
Any smaller amounts of fabric that cannot be made into quilts, will be used to make products for the Days for Girls Foundation. This foundation serves impoverished girls in countries throughout the world. They make reusable sanitary kits, so the girls have the ability to attend school, go out in public……when it is their time of the month.