Good People... Good Stories...

Wildwood Mennonite Church Venture Club - Saskatoon, SK. Raised $1100 through a raffle 

Joan - Saskatoon, SK. Won the quilt through the raffle and donated it to the MCC Relief Sale where it was sold for $400.00 in Saskatoon

Jim B - Winnipeg, MB. bought the quilt for $400.00 at the MCC Relief Sale in Saskatoon and donated it to the MCC Relief Sale in Winnipeg

Margaret W - Winnipeg, MB. bought the quilt for $775.00 at the MCC Relief Sale in Winnipeg and donated it to the MCC Sale in Morris

Maggie S - Winkler MB. bought the quilt for $400.00 at the MCC Relief Sale in Morris, MB and donated it to the MCC Sale in Brandon

Margaret F - Killarney, MB bought the quilt for $300.00 at the Brandon, MB Relief Sale and donated it back to MCC Manitoba.

Katy T - Winnipeg, MB won the quilt through a raffle at the Annual General Meeting of MCC Manitoba on November 19, 2006. The quilt raised $195.

The quilt was returned to MCCM with a $360.00 cheque and it will be turned over to the relief sale network for the 2007 sale.

To date, November 2006, the quilt has raised $3930 to help kids through MCC.

Please add your name and story to the list and pass it on when you pay the quilt forward.

Please send your stories and pictures and e-mail addresses/phone numbers to Gerry and Debbie Unrau as the quilt is paid forward. We will continue to post the stories and pictures on this web site.

Have fun with the quilt!

Debbie and Gerry Unrau  306.374.4253

debbieunrau@shaw.ca

Here's How You Can Become Part of the Quilt Story

The guidelines are simple...

1/ Within 6 months of purchasing the quilt, you must develop and implement another way to pay the quilt forward and in doing so raise more money for children through M.C.C. Canada.

2/ You must also pass on the information about the pay it forward quilt and contact information (this website's address) so that the buyer will be able to provide a continuing thread of information about the whereabouts and the stories of the quilt. It is important to convey the concept of buying the opportunity to share the quilt and generate more relief for kids.

3/ Let us know how much the quilt was resold for and to whom(with their contact information), as soon as you pay it forward. That's all there is to it.