“It is extremely difficult to express in words the way The Quilt made me feel. There is no reason these people had to die, but I believe their short time on Earth was to teach us a lesson. It is extremely devastating to see these panels but I know it has opened my eyes to something new and I know I will think before I act. This is unforgettable.” – Lauren P.
Make a donation now or donate by check by mailing your gift directly to us:
The NAMES Project Foundation
AIDS Memorial Quilt
ATTN: Individual Giving
204 14TH ST NW
Atlanta, GA 30318-4315
You are invited to become a member of the “Friends Of The Quilt”
“Friends Of The Quilt” support The Foundation through recurring donations, boosting our programming efforts by providing a steady and stable cash flow throughout the year. Membership is easy: simply tell us how much, and how often, you’d like to make automatic contributions to The NAMES Project Foundation with your credit or debit card and we’ll take care of the rest! Of course, you can change the amount or frequency of your gift, or, if need be, even cancel your recurring donation at any time with a single phone call.
To get enrolled as a “Friend Of The Quilt” Sustainer, click here and simply mark your donation as “monthly”. If you prefer, you’re welcome to call our Development Manager who can assist you and answer any questions you may have – 404.688.5500 extension 224.
Your contribution will fund a number of innovative and much-needed Quilt based educational opportunities that will reach people under the age of 25– where more than half of all new infections occur.
Your donation allows us to continue to care for this aging 54-ton, handmade memorial that continues to grow each day.
Your gift helps us keep our web-based archive current, with digital photos of every panel of The Quilt so that those who cannot see The Quilt in person can still visit the panel of someone they love.
“I want to thank you for supporting something that has been so special to me personally and that has inspired such love, hope and compassion across the country. To know that something that I created with my brother almost 10 years ago is making a difference in the lives of individuals around this country gives me a sense of pride and of peace and a living connection to my best friend and my brother.” – Lynn Sanelli, panel maker