Quilts of Honor are made by the loving hands of countless volunteers who wish to thank those who have served and to honor their service and sacrifice.
Honoring those who have served in our armed forces
March ended with our monthly workshop. There were over 40 volunteers helping us get quilts ready for our trip back east the first week in May. We will be taking over 100 quilts. Not only have we been quilting like crazy, we also had two fundraisers. Our first...
Did you ever have that day when you thought, that was some day, and you were so glad you went the extra mile to make it happen? That’s what Saturday was like. Flo, Rue and I started our day driving to Exeter, CA. Never even knew about this little town about 3 ½ hours’...
Well, guess I stayed home too long without a trip so my brother had told me about an Army veteran who did charity work and a lot of it is for veterans. Russ wanted us to award him a quilt and of course I said yes. Russ then tells me he lives 400 miles away near Los...
WHITE HOUSE CHAMPION OF CHANGE
“As a Vietnam veteran and founding member of Quilts of Honor America, I am honored for the opportunity to support our warriors and veterans. My service in the Army began with playing Taps at the services of our fallen warriors and I have since found great duty and honor in being able to show my gratitude for those who have served and continue to serve our country. I am overwhelmed with gratitude to be awarded a Champion of Change by the White House.”
– Gail Belmont, Founder of Quilts of Honor
FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
ABOUT GAIL BELMONT
Gail Belmont, Founder & Executive Director
Gail Belmont is the founder and Executive Director of Quilts of Honor. She is a native Californian, born in Dos Palos. After graduation from High School, she entered the Women’s Army Corp Band playing trumpet. As a member of that Band, Gail played Taps for fallen warriors. Since that time, Gail has played a prominent role in the support of her fellow Veterans and Warriors. She currently holds the position of District Director at the Jenny Lind Veterans Memorial, as well as continuing her service playing Taps at the services of fallen warriors. Since founding Quilts of Honor in 2010, over 700 quilts have been awarded to veterans and warriors all over the country.
QUILTS OF HONOR
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Quilts of Honor are made by the loving hands of countless volunteers who wish to thank those who have served so that they know their sacrifices are appreciated.
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Quilts of Honor is a non-profit organization. Every donation helps us continue to give support to our active military members and veterans. Click the button below to make a monetary contribution through PayPal.
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