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Community Service

Our Guild  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  Our purpose is to provide a common organization of persons who love quilts and to educate the  public about the history and artistry of quilt making.  In the past we have focused on community service projects assisting such organizations as Joseph's Warriors, Wounded Warriors, Promise Pointe, and Project Gabriel.  This list is not all inclusive.   

Here is  information about some of this year's projects.

Mid-Coast Family Services

Mid-Coast Family Services is a non-profit organization located in Victoria. Their mission is to empower children, individuals, and families to live a life free from family violence, homelessness, sexual assault, and substance abuse The Mid-Coast Crisis Center provides a safe living environment for victims of family violence and sexual assault.  The quilt guild will support Mid-Coast by making quilts, pillowcases, and bags for the children residing at the Crisis Center.

The Gabriel Project

Provides Crisis Pregnancy Services for women.  A list of items requested by the Gabriel Project will be posted on the member page. Check out their web site for more information. https://victoriagabrielproject.org

Joseph's Warriors

Joseph’s Warriors is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity corporation formed in memory of Joseph Patrick Fleming.  The mission/purpose of Joseph’s Warriors is to promote childhood cancer awareness, to promote childhood cancer research, and to raise funds to be distributed as financial assistance to families of children undergoing cancer treatment in the Gulf Coast area.  The Joseph’s Warriors charity is managed by a Board of Directors, led by President Kellie Price (Joseph’s Mother).  Our guild has supported Joseph’s Warriors for many years and we are proud to support this organization again. We make quilts and pillowcases for donation to this worthy organization. Take a look at their website.

Day 1 Bags

This organization provides duffle bags and backpacks to foster youth to use as luggage when being removed from their homes or moved from shelter to shelter. They also started a program so that graduating seniors would receive a quilt as part of a Texas-wide program. Our guild participated in this program as a guild project for the first time in 2023 signing up to make 20 quilts. Some members are still finishing up their quilts for this year’s graduates. More information for members will be on the member page including pictures of quilts. It is our plan to make quilts for seniors graduating in 2025.

Of course we will still have our Bronte Bee sessions every other month at the Victoria Public Library where members work on community service projects and make items for sale at our "Sampler Store" of goodies we sell at the Quilt Show.  

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