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Quilts for Kids

Founded by Linda Arye in the year 2000, Quilts for Kids Inc. creates brightly colored patchwork quilts for kids. These are children with life-threatening illnesses as well as children of abuse. 

Northcott donates childrens' fabrics to support Quilts for Kids in their cause.

Visit their website at to learn more about Quilts for Kids and find out
how you can get involved to turn tears into smiles by helping to send patchwork quilts to
children in need of comfort and support.

Quilts of Valor Foundation

Blue Star Mom Catherine Roberts began the Quilts of Valor Foundation (QOVF) from her
sewing room in Seaford, Delaware in 2003. Her son Nathanael’s year-long deployment to Iraq provided the initial inspiration, and her desire to see that returning warriors were welcomed home with the love and gratitude they deserved, provided the rest.

QOVF has become a national grassroots community service effort, connecting the home-front with wounded combat warriors and veterans. The mission of QOVF is to cover servicemembers and veterans touched by war with comforting and healing Quilts of Valor. Visit to see how you can get involved to help support your country.

Northcott proudly supports the QOVF by creating patriotic collections exclusively for the USA, donating fabric and printing brochures.

Quilts of Valour - Canada Society

QOV - Canada Society organizes and facilitates the making and distribution of quilts for
injured Canadian soldiers and military personnel. Their mission is to ensure that they are
recognized for their bravery and commitment of their true patriotism to Canada. They give
this support through the presentation of quilts of comfort.

Quilts of Valour are being made by quilters registered across the country. They have quilts going out to armed forces bases, rehabilitation hospitals and veteran's homes right across the country. Visit to learn more and see how you can get involved to support your country!

Northcott proudly supports the QOV - Canada Society by creating patriotic collections exclusively for Canada, donating fabric and printing brochures.

One Million Pillowcase Challenge

American Patchwork & Quilting is challenging you to help reach the goal of donating one
million pillowcases to local charities. Many charities can benefit from the donation of a
pillowcase and the challenge gives you the opportunity to donate and make a difference in
your community.

Northcott proudly sponsors this cause by providing fabric and by raising awareness through
our online social media avenues. It’s such an easy and fun way to make a difference in your
own community. Please visit their website for free pillowcase patterns, a listing of local quilt
shops that are involved and a suggested list of charities to which you can make a pillowcase