The Adventist Health Glendale Foundation proudly presents this handmade, virtual Quilt of Honor as a tribute to patients who are battling cancer, involved in the fight against cancer, and as a memorial to those who have passed on.
This charitable project is opportunity for you to help create a virtual “community quilt” by inscribing a square with a message honoring a family member, friend, physician, nurse, caregiver, or another special person affected in some way by cancer.
This virtual quilt will “live” on this Foundation website and can be accessed by anyone.
Each square may be purchased for a tax-deductible contribution of $100. Donations will support the renovation of the Cancer Center at Adventist Health Glendale, which will greatly improve the treatment experience for patients.
Donors who purchase a square will receive a beautiful 8 x 10 print of their inscribed quilt square, in appreciation for their participation.
To purchase a quilt square:
1) Click the “buy” button and select your square.
2) Enter your name and contact information.
3) Compose your dedication of up to 120 characters.
4) You will then be forwarded to our secure payment service to complete your transaction.
Your tribute will be posted on the Quilt of Honor website within three business days. To locate your quilt square online, use the “Find Your Square” Search box. Your 8 x 10 commemorative print will be in the color you selected and mailed to the address provided. Please call the Foundation office at (818) 409-8055 if you have any questions.
| We all are interconnected, none is an island. Honoring survivors & dreamers who change my world:
|Honoring the incredible ER team of physicians, nurses and techs at Adventist Health Glendale|
|In memory of Charlotte Medina, with love from Autumn Hills Healthcare Center|
|In memory of Amelyn Escleto, with love from Autumn Hills Healthcare Center|
|In memory of Benny Bruno, with love from Autumn Hills Healthcare Center|
|In memory of my father, Arsen Babakhanian, with love from Jenik Akopian and family|
|In memory of my mother, Astaghik Babakhanian, with love from Jenik Akopian and family|
| To my late husband Paul, who often kept me in stitches!
The Adventist Health Glendale Foundation reserves the right to edit or reject any submission. Contact the Foundation office () for questions or assistance.