As 2016 comes to a close, we'd like to share a few accomplishments from our first full year. We are so grateful you have chosen to support Vision Quilt and we are honored to do this work. We are looking ahead to 2017 with strength and optimism. But first, here are some of the things we are proud to share from 2016.
Let us begin by saying we now have more than 300 Vision Quilt panels created by people ages 3 to 96 including students, survivors, veterans, grandmothers, gun owners and incarcerated youth.
Take a look below at photographs from some key events.
Vision Quilt greatly appreciates all the volunteers, businesses and schools who supported our work this year, including:
Southern Oregon: Peace House, Sew Creative, Oregon Shakespeare Theatre, Southern Oregon University, Ashland High School, Ashland Middle School, Life Art, White Mountain Middle School in White City, Pearce Law LLC, Diane Ericson Studios, Rogue Valley Peace Choir, Webster’s, Louie’s, Unitarian Fellowship, Ace Hardware
San Francisco Bay Area: Jacquard Fabric Paints, The Alameda Probation Department, Camp Sweeney, Blue Water Foundation, Lighthouse Charter School. The Beat Within, San Francisco Center for the Book
Chicago: The National Veterans Arts Museum, The Chicago Public Library, Impact Family Center, Honeycomb Project
New York City: Freudenberg Arts, Evolon Northeastern Division
News, events and announcements from the Vision Quilt