Our Commitment

For every ten quilts we sell, we donate one to a child facing a serious medical condition at George Mark Children’s House. George Mark Children’s House is a nonprofit, pediatric palliative care center, located in San Leandro, California. We are proud of our donation commitment and invite you to learn more here.

Sponsor a donated quilt

Interested in sending an extra quilt to George Mark Children’s House? We are always game to increase the giving.

Give Anonymously(Required)
E.g., This quilt was given by the Smith family in loving memory of Jane Doe.
Price: $499.00
Quilt will measure approximately 46″ x 60″ and be backed with soft white sherpa.

Please note that Quiltlove is not a 501(c)(3) and this is not a tax-deductible contribution.

Our Donated Quilts

All of our donated quilts are completely unique, one-of-a-kind creations made by hand, with love, specifically for children staying at George Mark Children’s House. These children are facing the end of their lives, blanketed in love from families, support networks and specialists from George Mark. Our goal is to make their days a little more colorful and cozy.

Our donated quilts typically feature a playful print, complemented by bits and pieces of coordinating fabric from our evolving stash that are too small to be included in our standard quilts. This reduces our footprint, while doing a whole lot of good. Donated quilts are backed with our favorite white sherpa, and are made for snuggling.

Recently Donated Quilts


George Mark
Children’s House

I wanted to personally thank you for this very special gift.  It looks lovely on her bed and we will enjoy it for years to come. Thank you so much for your benevolence. It is much appreciated.

Mother of a Child Who Stayed at George Mark Children’s House

Thank you so much, our patients love the quilts!

Child Life Coordinator
George Mark Children’s House


George Mark Children’s House is a is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides medical and psychosocial services to children facing life-limiting illness. It was the first freestanding pediatric palliative care center in the United States and has been a leader and model for the pediatric palliative care movement.