Comforts for Children
Initiated February 1991 in Lane County, Oregon

Director: Mary Parish,

Sent: Sunday, December 31, 2017 9:35:44 AM
Subject: We received a quilt...6 years ago

Hi Mary!! I was cuddling with my daughter just this morning and we were reminiscing about the quilt we were laying with. So I flipped it over and I read the trademark “Comforts For Kids”, and I knew we needed to send a note.

About 5-6 years ago, my little girl, Emma, was attacked by a dog and needed to get stitches in her face. While we were at the hospital, one of the nurses came by and said she had something for us and would be right back. She came back with a popsicle, and this amazing quilt!! Even at that moment, when she told us that the blanket was donated, I mentioned how amazing it is for someone to spend their own time to help someone else in such a rough time, and not even know just how much they are helping.

So here we are, about 6 years later, and we still love that quilt and we still think about how amazing it is to know that people out there care, in the most self-less ways, and I just need you all to know how much we appreciate you. Thank you so much for your kindness, your time, your generosity, your caring hearts, and thank you for making these quilts. You are all amazing!! And so are your quilts!!

I’ve attached a morning photo of my little girl, Emma, all cuddled with her quilt. I wanted to show you the little girl you’ve helped, because she is just one of many kids you are reaching out to.

Thank you so much, all of you!!!!

CFC has 103 quilts available for distribution as of Jan 30, 2018.

Agencies served by CFC may request quilts by email or phone.

COMFORTS FOR CHILDREN (CFC) serves "at risk" children, birth through age 17, in Lane County, Oregon with the gift of a small quilt. Our primary focus is to comfort neglected and abused children suffering the pain of separation from familiar surroundings and belongings. We distribute our quilts through agencies that serve the public.

CFC has distributed 32,396 comfort and bunk-size quilts as of Jan 30, 2018.

CFC is an all-volunteer effort. It is not a business. No one receives any remuneration for time and effort expended. Materials are donated.

CFC volunteer work sessions are every Thursday from 12:30pm to 4:00pm at Campbell Community Center, 155 High Street, Eugene, Oregon. Visitors and new volunteers are welcome!

Quilt kits may be checked out and finished quilts returned at Campbell Center any weekday between 12:30pm and 4:00pm.

Click here for a map to Campbell Center.

This is very low-traffic website. Most of the visits come from within the Eugene-Springfield area and almost all of the other visits are from somewhere else in the U.S. However, there are occasional visits from outside the United States, so just as a matter of curiosity, on 2015-12-20, the flag counter below was started to show visits by country.

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This page was last updated 2018-01-30.