Donate a Quilt
We are actively seeking quilts for the 2022 Auction Cycle and will be happy to take donated quilts for a variety of fundraisers during the next few years culminating in a special event in the fall of 2022.Print the new quilt donation form here:
Donated quilt drop-off locations in Tucson:
Please complete the above donation form and contact any board member to donate a quilt or deliver to a drop-off location.
Cactus Quilt Shop at 7921 N. Oracle Rd
Cathey’s Sew and Vac at 8700 N. Oracle Rd, Oro Valley; 5701 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, 18805 S. Frontage Rd, Sahuarita
The Quilter’s Market at 7601 E. Speedway Blvd.
Quilt Basket at 6538 E. Tanque Verde Rd, #130In Sierra Vista
Sew Easy Sewing at 1100 S Highway 92In Phoenix/Chandler
Bernina Connection at 4219 E. Indian School Rd #103, Phoenix
35th Ave Fabric World/Sew & Vac at 3548 W. Northern, Phoenix
and 4939 W. Ray Rd #27, Chandler
We will be hanging our donated quilts in the community and planning special fundraising events during the 2022 auction cycle
Thanks to Suzanne Irving who quilted our “Past meets Present” quilts. Donated tops were transformed into “new quilts” by Suzanne's expert hands and are now ready to sell! Suzanne continues her interest in rescuing vintage quilt tops so please contact us if you have items to donate.
This year grants were awarded to: El Rio Health Center Foundation; St. Elizabeth’s Health Center; Arizona Oncology Foundation; Bag It!; Tucson Cancer Conquerors; and TMC Foundation. Congratulations to the successful grant recipients. Thank you for the work you do with people in our communities in the fight against these cancers!
Quilts donated to QFaC should be of new construction and include a 4” hanging sleeve across the top of the back of the quilt (for Instructions click here).
If your quilt already has a hanging sleeve wider than 4", that’s all that is needed.
Quilt size suggestions are a minimum of 18” in any one direction and maximum of 90” in any one direction.
Based on sales from prior QFaC Auctions, “Theme” quilts are encouraged. Possible themes include, but are not limited to: Floral, Southwest, Asian, Stars, Holidays, Baby & Juvenile, Traditional, Modern, Animals, and quilts with a Strong Visual Impact.
On behalf of our family and friends who have survived or succumbed to breast & gynecologic cancers, please help us MAKE A DIFFERENCE in this fight against cancers!
Questions/comments please send email to Info@QuiltForaCause.org