Welcome to VMQG! Philanthropic work is an important part of our 501(c)3 status.   We welcome your participation. Here are some of the ways you can be a part of it!


A Block is presented to the membership via the meeting and on the web site. Members have usually 2 months to sew the blocks, then they are collected and assembled into quilts.

2019 Schedule

January:          Present New Block                
Feb & March:  Collect Blocks
April:                Present New Block                
May & June:    Collect Blocks
June:                 Present New Block                
July & August: Collect Blocks
August:             Present New Block                
September & October:  Collect Blocks
November and December:   No Charity Blocks.  

We all need some time to regroup for next year!


Pillowcase quilts are available at each meeting. Directions are available at meetings and posted on the web site.   Pillowcases for 2018 totaled close to 500 and were presented mainly to Foster Children’s Resource Center, a small portion presented to Operation MEND, and also to Haven Hills.


Quilt kits are available for signing out at each meeting. They vary from simply piecing a top , to completing a kit from start to finish!   Included in the Quilt kit is a label that identifies VMQG. Please stop by and take a look and see how you can help!


How much fun is this!! It could be a “sew-ins” at a member’s home, or we might organize fabric, cut quilts and assemble quilt kits. Contact Nona if you’d like to add your name to the on going list and we will call you for the next Sew-In.


Our members continue to be very generous. They have donated fabric, batting, and of course their super talents and precious time. We have many quilts that members unselfishly make and bring into the meetings to donate. You are encouraged to share your contribution with us via the “Show and Tell” portion of the meeting.  


HAVEN HILLS:   A shelter for Domestic Abuse, located in Canoga Park, CA.

OPERATION MEND:   Meeting Each Need with Dignity. Quilts are given to pregnant, or new mothers that the agency services. It’s located in Pacoima, CA.  

FOSTER CHILDREN’S RESOURCE CENTER:   Located in Northridge, this agency services over 2000 foster children a year, from newborn to age 21. They also accept children’s books, toys and quilts.

We also donated 12 quilts to the PARADISE FIRE VICTIMS.

Contact:   Nona Kirby, Charity Coordinator   818-400-7435.

“May you be proud of the work that you do, the person you are and the difference you make”