During a recent visit to the Denver Fire Fighter’s Museum, I learned about a really cool non-profit group, Firehouse Quilts of Colorado, Inc. This group of volunteers collects, sews, and donates quilts to fire departments, low-income hospitals, victim advocate offices, and women’s shelters so that the quilts can be passed out to women and children to help provide comfort during a difficult time. The volunteers collect fabric donations and schedule sew days at the Northridge Recreation Center in Highlands Ranch – no experience necessary. You can also donate assembled quilts either 45′ square or twin size. Any style or pattern will gladly be accepted. Detailed information can be found on their website at http://www.firehousequilts.org/.