Charities that are supported by our Guilds:

7 sisters charities newThe Seven Sister Guilds support a variety of charities in the Jacksonville area including:

4H of St. Augustine

Ethopian Orphanage Project

Quilts of Valor

Agriculture Center Master Gardeners

Friends of the Orange Park Library

Safe Animal Shelter

Arlington Community Services

Haven Hospice

Safe Harbor

Arlington Masonic Lodge 309

Hart Felt Ministries

Salzberger Homeless Center

Baptist Medical Center

HeartStrings Quilt Project

Seamark Ranch

Baptist Beaches Hospital

Home of the Brave

Sherriff’s Department


 Hubbard House

 K-9 's for Warriors

Betty Griffin House

I.M. Sulzbacher

Shriner’s Children’s Hospital

Busom Buddies

Linus Foundation 

Wolfson's Childrens "Me Doll"

Cancer Research Institute

Mandarin Food Bank

St. Andrews Lighthouse

Challenge Enterprises of NE Florida 

Mandarin Meals on Wheels

St. Catherine’s Laboure Manor

Community Hospice  

Million Pillowcase Challenge

St. Francis House

Ryan's Case For Smiles

Modern Woodmen of America

The Donna Hicken Foundation

Daniel Kids Foundation

Neptune Beach Senior Center

Veterans Hospital

Daniel, Inc.

Operation Care Package

Woodmen of the World

Dreams Come True

Quigley House

Wounded Warriors

Quilts of Valor

Quilts of ValorIn 2003, Catherine Roberts of Seaford, Delaware, started the Quilts of Valor Foundation when her son and his 630th MP Company were being deployed from Germany to Iraq for one year. She was thrown into a group of other Americans who send their loved one into harm’s way. She started the group by appealing to both quilt-toppers and long-arm quilters to volunteer their fabric, their talents and time to make wartime quilts of valor that would comfort our wounded. Presently, Quilts of Valor has delivered over 142,000 quilts. They are one of many groups of quilters that make quilts to comfort our wounded and the families who have lost their loved one in this war on terror.The mission of the Quilts of Valor Foundation is to cover ALL war wounded and injured service members and veterans from the War on Terror, whether physical or psychological wounds, with wartime quilts.  Or as a six year old put it, "When the 'sholders' are 'warring' and they come home and are hurt, the quilt makes them feel all comfy."  Visit their website at


Show Info



Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Search Our Site

QuiltFest 2021

New Dates  May 13-15, 2021
Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center
1000 Water Street
Jacksonville, Florida
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Upcoming Events

TBD   Deadline for registering quilts
TBD Deadline  for ads in the program
TBD Take-in for registered quilts