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Quilts of Valor Foundation: Stitching Together Healing and Appreciation

Quilts of Valor Foundation: Stitching Together Healing and Appreciation

Catherine Roberts, a compassionate individual with a vision, founded the Quilts of Valor Foundation in 2003. This non-profit organization has a noble mission: to honor and support military members and veterans who have been deeply impacted by war. The foundation achieves this through the presentation of specialized quilts, which serve as a token of gratitude, healing, and remembrance.

Over the course of nearly two decades, the Quilts of Valor Foundation has awarded close to 350,000 quilts to deserving recipients across the United States.

With the help of over 800 chapters nationwide, the organization continues to spread its message of appreciation and support for those who have selflessly served their country.

One such chapter is located in Omaha, Nebraska. Established in 2014, the Omaha chapter actively contributes to the foundation’s mission by creating and distributing these meaningful quilts to deserving individuals in the community. However, the chapter does not limit its involvement to experienced sewers alone. The group warmly welcomes volunteers of all skill levels and offers guidance and training for those who are new to the art of quilting. They believe that everyone can contribute to the cause, whether through sewing or other volunteer opportunities that extend beyond the realm of stitching.

If you’re interested in getting involved with the Quilts of Valor Foundation’s Omaha chapter, reaching out is as simple as sending an email to qov.omaha.ne@gmail.com. By becoming a part of this dedicated community, you can make a meaningful impact on the lives of military members and veterans, expressing your gratitude and providing them with a heartfelt reminder that their service and sacrifices are deeply appreciated.

The Quilts of Valor Foundation, under Catherine Roberts’ visionary leadership, has created a powerful and tangible symbol of gratitude and healing.

Through their selfless efforts, they have touched the lives of countless individuals, offering solace and support to those affected by the ravages of war. By joining the Omaha chapter or any other local chapter, you can contribute to this noble cause and help stitch together hope, appreciation, and healing, one quilt at a time.

Contact qov.omaha.ne@gmail.com to get involved and make a difference in the lives of those who have served. Join the Quilts of Valor Foundation’s Omaha chapter today

Berry Law is honored and proud to bring you the inspiring story of the Quilts of Valor Foundation. As a firm deeply committed to supporting military members and veterans, we recognize the immense sacrifices they have made for our country. The Quilts of Valor Foundation aligns perfectly with our values, as it provides a tangible symbol of appreciation and healing to those who have been touched by war. We commend Catherine Roberts for her vision and dedication in founding this incredible non-profit organization. Through this partnership, we aim to raise awareness about the Quilts of Valor Foundation and encourage individuals to get involved, whether by volunteering their time or supporting the cause. Together, let us honor and express our profound gratitude to the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve our nation.

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