Get Involved

Get Involved at The Quilters Hall of Fame

There are many ways to help support the mission of The Quilters Hall of Fame…

TQHF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible. Thank you for joining us in celebrating the art of quilting!

Click here to make a donation to The Quilters Hall of Fame through our secure online store»

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Or click here to make a donation to The Quilters Hall of Fame Endowment Fund»

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Membership

Won’t you join us in the celebration of quilting and support The Quilters Hall of Fame by becoming a member? In July, all memberships at or above the $100 level will receive a copy of the book, A Passion for Quilts: The Story of Florence Peto 1881 – 1970.

You will receive our newsletter, free admission to The Quilters Hall of Fame, discounts at the museum gift shop and discounts at Celebration events. Your membership will help to:

  • Showcase the Honorees with permanent and changing exhibits
  • Provide a variety of educational programs to the public for both adults and children
  • Support our annual Celebration
  • Support ongoing development of the research library and collection
  • Maintain a unique historical site. The Marie Webster House is the only National Historic Landmark to honor a quilt maker

There are 9 levels of membership available. 

  • Individual                 $30
  • Associate                 $50
  • Donor                      $75
  • Sponsor                   $100
  • Quilt Guild                $100
  • Patron                      $250
  • Benefactor               $500
  • President’s Circle    $1,000
  • Senior/Student        $20

 

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There are many Volunteer opportunities at The Quilters Hall of Fame.

  • Volunteers work at the front desk and greet visitors as they come in.
  • Volunteers help with cataloging and care of Collection items and archives.
  • Volunteers help to care for the library.
  • Volunteers go out and promote the museum at quilt shows and other events.
  • Volunteers help to maintain the Marie Webster House and gardens.

Questions? Contact us »