2021 Service Projects:
Pathways 4 Youth:
Every night there are approximately 150 homeless youth sleeping outside, in cars or couch-hopping with friends in the St. Cloud area. Pathways 4 Youth provides youth experiencing homelessness with the opportunity to learn about and gain access to resources that can put them back on a path that will help them to grow as individuals and be contributing members of our community. Especially needed are fleece blankets or warm quilts.
Recovery Plus – Adolescent Services:
Twin size quilts for children aged 12-18, who stay at Recovery Plus for 6-8 weeks. They can take these quilts with them, and often are the first quilt they have owned.
Pockets of Hope:
Backpacks are given to children entering foster care, filled with comfort and personal items. Every backpack has a blanket of some sort. The age range is infant to teenager, with a special need for toddler quilts/blankets.
Coborn Cancer Center:
Patient bags are given to cancer patients with a variety of personal and comfort items. Get-togethers for cutting and sewing bags happen several times a year at the VFW in East St. Cloud. Find a link to the pattern for the Coborn Cancer bags in Project Recipients under the Service Projects section.
Quilts 70” x 90”.
The above list of projects should give members an idea of what they might like to work on throughout the year, if they choose to participate. All of the above projects can be worked on and completed at any time during 2020 and brought to any of the guild meetings.