These are our community sewers who love to come together for the More
Than Warmth project. We make a day of it. We love to hear the
quilts make and a photo of who a recipient is, is a joy to see.
Local students craft quilts
Students from Altimira Middle School made a
dozen quilts as part of the More Than Warmth project, an educational
students of all ages to
learn about world cultures. MTW has worked with over 12,000 students
since the start of the project, sending quilts all over the world.
Mrs. Coldiron's art class made quilt squares, which were then put
together by a Sonoma County MTW sewing group. Anna Bimenyimana of the
Thrift Store in Sonoma will send some of the quilts to her country of
Rwanda, for children with HIV. Other quilts will be going to needy
El Salvador with teaching assistant Maribel Tinker, who also helped
with the sewing. Last year at Altimira, Mrs. Prince's class made quilts
to Colombia and Rwanda. For more information call 707.765.0196 or
e-mail Linda@peaceroots.org. Their website is
photo below by Maribel Tinker
Linda Speel and Anna Bimenyimana.
Thank you so much for
teaching us about the quilt and letting us make a quilt. I think that
great that someone will take their free time to make quilts to send all
over the world, to people you don't even know. I think that the quilts
and do give those people more than just warmth. I really enjoyed making
the quilt tops. I hope you get a lot more people and expand More than
I really enjoyed you guys stopping in and telling us about More than
Thanks a billion,
Thandiwe, Aiden, Christian, Katie, Ryan, Kari
The Friends School
Reaching Out to Change the World
WAND Atlanta and students at the Friends School of Atlanta
month travel to Uganda, Northern Zambia, El Salvador,Honduras, and
Katrina victims,New Orleans. Thank you all for the photos. While
seeing photos of
recipients, hearts open. We also teach Art,
Geography,Music,Language, Social Studies and Social Justice. Thank you
make quilts, take quilts and teach this exercise in compassion.
" I hope you enjoy the quilt. I hope it keeps you warm at night. I drew the sun to keep
our family warm. The moon to watch over you."
"I hope you enjoy the quilts. We know how cold it is over there."
-Janet Booth's class
More than Warmth is an educational
for students of all ages to learn about world cultures. It fosters
understanding, knowledge and compassion among cultures through
nonpolitical, and nonreligious means.
Since 2001, quilts have been sent as gifts
from over 12,000 students to:
USA-Katrina Victims in Louisiana, Mississippi,
Genocide Victims in
Sudan and Chad
More than Warmth is moving to The Farm
Our new address :
110 Fifth Road
Summertown, Tennessee 38483
3909 Whitland #104
We will be in transition for a bit. email: email@example.com
Please email before sending quilt squares or quilts.
Quilts were made at the Global Education Center in Nashville. The Global Educational Center celebrates culture and
materials, workshops and support for teachers in Tennessee. www.global
I delivered some of your quilts to Northern Zambia. Sorry the
photos aren't the greatest. The sun was very strong, and there
building to go into to take the photos. It's a very poor area.
Mwana sends his love.
Mwana emailed me in 2002 and asked if he could help with this project.
Soon, children in North and East Nashville asked me if they could make quilts for Africa.
Mwana delivered them
to wonderful women who have taken in children when the parents have
to die of HIV. He
and Nelda have since delivered many, many, many boxes of quilts to
Zambia and Swaziland. They also send us lovely photos. Thank you both
photos by Nelda Villines
Students in Atlanta
Happy Pictures and Open Hearts
Teaching caring and compassion, we create worldwide community.