Community OUTREACH


We make pillowcases for local organizations that request them; in fact, we’re part of the “Million Pillowcase Challenge.”  The pillowcases we make are unbelievably easy.



Each month we ask members to bring specific types of food, which is taken to the St. Vincent de Paul food bank in Roseville after each meeting. This is the list with suggestions for the year:


Our primary emphasis is on quilts and pillowcases. Our community service chairpersons are creative in managing donated fabric, making kits, coordinating quilting, and finding appropriate places for quilt and pillowcase donations.

In 2016/2017 (July to June) we made 68 sets of small quilts that are given with a book and stuffed animal to preschoolers, 241 regular Community Service quilts, 352 pillowcases, and 75 quilts for Troop Support/Quilts of Valor.  

Some of the places our quilts have been donated include:

 •Active Duty Service Members and Veterans

 •Christmas Families

 •Adelante High School Graduates

 •Alternatives Pregnancy Center

 •ARC of Placer County

 •Boys' & Girls' Club of Placer County

 •Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento

 •Christian Youth Theater

 •City Life Auction

 •Community for Peace

 •Dept of Veterans Affairs

 •Dialysis Center

 •El Dorado Hills Boys & Girls' Club

 •Head Start Placer County

 •Juvenile Diabetes Auction

 •Kaiser Roseville


 •Mary's House

 •Mustard Seed School

 •Oakridge Healthcare Center

 •Roseville Home Start

 •Sacramento Life Center

 •Seniors First

 •Sierra Pregnancy and Health

 •Stand Up Placer

 •Sutter Hospice Roseville

 •Sutter Hospital Children's

 •Taylor House

 •U. C. Davis Pediatrics

 •Volunteers of America

 •Wellspring Women's Center

Special themed pillowcases are made each year for the UC Davis Pediatrics unit for Valentines Day, Dr. Seuss’ birthday, and Christmas.

Every month in which there is a 5th Wednesday, we have a Community Service work day, with a potluck lunch, at the First Methodist Church on Church Street in Roseville.  We’re generally there from 9:30am-3pm.


Our members also participate in the Sutter Breast Cancer Quilt Auction. This event occurs every three years; the next is scheduled for October 2020.

The Breast Cancer Quilt Auction is a community service project to raise funds for the Sutter Cancer Center's breast cancer research and patient treatment programs. In total, more than 2500 quilts and art quilt pieces were donated to the four prior auctions providing over $500,000 for the Cancer Center programs.

Look for more information as we get closer to the October 2020 date.


 We are an official  Quilts of Valor  chapter, and as such, we make and present patriotic-themed quilts to our soldiers and veterans.   Once a quarter we dedicate our Block of the Month to making patriotic blocks, which are then sewn together to make a patriotic quilt top.

For Christmas, we make and stuff stockings to send to troops overseas.  Although we’ve often exceeded our goal, we are aiming to send 90 stockings this year.  We accept donations of specific items, and also collect money to purchase them ourselves.  Here is a list of things we can use to stuff the stockings.

On the second Tuesday of each month we meet from 9-3 at the Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church in Loomis to work on Quilts of Valor.  We welcome anyone who’d like to come.  If you are not on the QOV email list, please call Kaye Allen 916-960-9257 to be sure there are not any changes that month.  


Project Linus is a group of volunteers who make blankets of any kind (knit, crocheted, quilted or fleece) for kids in need.  We are part of the Sacramento Chapter, which donates, on average, 1000 blankets a month to local organizations that distribute them.  Our guild members donate yarn for the crocheters and knitters as well as fabric for the quilters.  We are also a drop-off point for completed blankets.  We welcome you to donate completed quilts, or we are happy to finish your UFOs...any way we can get blankets in the hands of children who need a little security.  We also offer sewing days where quilters can gather to learn quilting or even a new pattern.