custom longarm machine quilting
I am very thankful to be able to work during the Covid Pandemic and wanted to give back and thank the Health Care workers in London.
For the past few months I have set aside $5 from every quilt that has been brought in, and added in some generous donations from quilters that also gave $5 for their incoming quilts and we have been able to donate $255 to the St Joseph’s Health Crisis Fund.
Thanks to everyone that has been staying at home and finishing quilt tops and brought them to me to quilt.
Here is what the donation email said:
The Sisters of St. Joseph, who founded our organization, faced contagious diseases and other pandemics at different times in our history. Today, it’s a different time. And a different disease. But we have stepped up to the challenge of COVID-19 with the same spirit of togetherness and compassion.
Because of you, St. Joseph’s Health Care London is able to provide exceptional care to people from all over our region. By supporting the work of St. Joseph’s, you are inspiring hope for a bright future, despite the uncertain times we are all facing today.
Thank you so much for your gift of $255.00. You make it possible for our organization to continue to provide the very best in treatments, medical equipment and resources to benefit the people we serve.
For 150 years, St. Joseph’s and our community have worked together to address the health needs of our families. Your help means we can provide the resources needed to continue that effort. Together we can provide hope.
Your donation matters here. Now, more than ever.
I will be counting up the quilts for the upcoming few months and make my next donation to the LHSC in the fall.
Thanks again everyone!