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Alexia's Cozy Covers

Creating handmade blankets of all types for youth of all ages and families in need

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Our History
Alexia's Cozy Covers began in 2009 with a handful of volunteers who enjoyed making quilts, fleece, Afghans and other types of blankets. We had a desire to share our creations with youth in need and initially our focus was 18-year old youth leaving foster care. Many of these youth leave with very few personal possessions and we wanted to let them choose their own handmade, new blanket that would give them some comfort during the often difficult transition to being on their own.
We soon became aware of other organizations that needed blankets. Our outreach expanded to include not only youth, but mothers, children and others in need in the greater mid-Willamette Valley area.
In 2012, we applied for and obtained 501(C)3 status (nonprofit charity) with the IRS.
Recipients of Our Blankets
Over 1500 quilts and blankets have been donated. The recipients include:
  • Transitional Youth Center
  • Forever Homes for younger foster children
  • Foster Mothers and Babies
  • Her Place, Marion County Residential Treatment 
         Center for Mothers
  • Marion County Fostering Attachment Treatment 
  • Marion County Drug Court for Pregnant Moms
  • Salem Evengelical Church Clothing Closet
  • Love, Inc. - Newberg Women's Shelter
  • Marion County Children's Behavioral Health
  • Union Gospel Mission's Simonka Place
  • Willamette Valley Hospice Veterans Quilt Project
  • St Francis Shelter
  • Salvation Army Transition Center
  • Catholic Community Services Woodmansee Center
  • Family Building Blocks
  • Retirement Centers
Our Goal
Our plan is for each recipient to choose their own cozy cover to keep forever. Our prayer is that as they wrap themselves in their blanket, they will be reminded of God's love and protection for them and that we care about them.