Oregon Quilt Festival

See you at the Oregon Quilt Festival on February 15th – 17th, 2024, at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Columbia Hall!

Charities and Organizations We Support

The Sisters Guilds support a variety of charities in the Jacksonville area over the past years including:

4H/Extension Office of St Johns County

Alpha-Omega Miracle Home

Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry

Betty Griffin Center

Clay County Sheriff’s Office

Clyde Lassen State Veterans Nursing Home

Community Hospice of Northeast Florida

Community Pedscare, Community Hospice of Northeast Florida

Daniel Kids

Empty Stocking Fund, United Way of St. Johns County

Epic Behavioral Healthcare Flower and Garden Expo

Exceptional Ed and Student Services Program/Neptune Beach Elementary

First Coast No More Homeless Pets

Foster Closet

Fur Sisters – Furever Urs Rescue, Inc.

Hart Felt Ministries

Hubbard House

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

Jacksonville Woodworkers Club

Mandarin Food Bank

Mandarin Presbyterian Church

Me Dolls

Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Jacksonville

Neptune Beach Senior Activity Center

Project Linus

Quilts of Valor

Rescue Junkie

Ryan’s Case for Smiles

Safe Harbor Academy

St. Gerard Campus

University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute



We are pleased to be supporting the Vision Education & Rehabilitation Center for adults and high school students with blindness and visual impairment. This program offers specialized training to gain the necessary skils to gain independence in the home, workplace and community. This program is offered at the FSCJ downtown facility and trains 300 students annually.

Each year Quiltfest conducts an auction of small wall hangings, doll quilts, and pillow covers(new) meeting the following guidlines:

1. Size: equal or less than 24 inches on any side.

2. Note: orphan block or single blocks do not do well in this auction.



Me Dolls

Me Dolls are delivered to Nemours Children’s Specialty Care and Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, and Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando. Me Dolls are simple muslin dolls given to patients to use for locating the “hurt” areas, and for doctors to use in explaining the child’s surgery or treatment. The dolls are made without facial features, allowing each child who receives a doll the opportunity to draw a face on it. Members of our quilt guilds and show attendees have been sewing and donating Me Dolls since 2005.

Ryan's Case For Smiles

A goal of Ryan’s Case For Smiles is to provide children with cheery pillowcases to brighten their hospital stay. Over the years, Ryan’s Case has delivered two million (and counting!) pillowcases throughout the country.
Riverfront family