Community Service

Annually the Starlight Quilters Guild donates $250 to a charitable community organization that supports and encourages the art of sewing and quilting.

2022 Recipient – Ronald MacDonald House, Kansas City

Ronald McDonald House serves an important function in housing parents and caregivers so they can be close to their child while they are receiving care at the hospital.
McDonald houses pride themselves on being a “home away from home” and personalized touches go a long way to supporting that kind of care. We have decided to provide sewn pillowcases and quilts.
Any lap size quilts (or larger) will be gladly welcomed. The pillowcases they use are standard size and below are some links for different patterns and tutorials if needed. Thank you! Bring donations to our monthly meetings. Bonnie Leigh will deliver on an ongoing basis.
pillowcase pattern 1
pillowcase pattern 2

pillowcase pattern 3

2021 Recipients – Sarah Canon Cancer Center at Menorah Hospital and KU and Advent Health Cancer Centers

2019 & 2020 Recipient – Stitching Change

Stitching Change helps refugee women empower themselves to create a sustainable income from their handmade crafts. Visit their website to learn more details: Stitchingchange.org. Volunteer opportunities are avaiable. Contact them to inquire about voluntering.

2018 Recipient – Rightfully Sewn

Rightfully Sewn provides seamstress training to at-risk women. Visit their website to learn more: rightfullylsewn.org. Volunteer opportunities are available. Contact them to inquire about volunterring.