The Quilt Project Gold Coast is a locally based nonprofit with an all-volunteer group and no overhead. All of our funds go directly to displays and HIV/AIDS awareness raising, and our volunteer efforts include information booths, displays at health fairs, churches, synagogues, colleges and festivals, as well as a speakers bureau and our very fun Quilting bees.
Quilt Project Gold Coast was founded in early 2018 in response to an increase in HIV/AIDS infections in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and makes AIDS memorial quilt panels.
Our Mission is to create and display AIDS Memorial Quilts in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties for the purpose of raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, remembering those lost to the disease, and helping survivors cope with the loss of their loved one.
Quilts commemorating AIDS victims are displayed outside Ventura City Hall, especially on World AIDS Day.
You can donate directly through our PayPal link. All proceeds go towards materials and showings.
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Quilts from nonprofit Quilt Project Gold Coast are on display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wedn...