Keep Quilting Alive!

Keep Quilting Alive!

Show your commitment to the continued expansion of quilting by donating to the National Quilt Museum.

Demand for youth education programs continues to expand. In addition to our long running programs -- Junior Quilters, School Block Challenge, and Quilt Camp -- the demand for on-location educational programs is increasing as schools and other organizations look for ways to augment their curriculums. Most youth programming is free to participants.

Our staff works closely with museum specialists and textile conservators to make sure that the over 600 quilts in our collection and future acquisitions are cared for in a manner that will preserve them for centuries. Preserving the amazing artwork of today's quilters for future generations is one of our most important missions.

The museum was mentioned in print, television, and digital media hundreds of times over the last year including CNN Travel, Martha Stewart Living, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, and Midwest Living. Media exposure introduces millions of people to the art form that would not otherwise be exposed to it.

Make your donation before January 31st in order to have your financial contribution matched by a generous donor.

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