Auction Fund Charities

Each year, three local organizations are selected to receive a portion of the Quilt Auction proceeds.  The following is information about our three selected charities for 2018.



At 4Paws 4Patriots, we combine our love and respect for American Veterans/1st responders with our love and devotion to saving a shelter dog. Whenever possible, we match an individual with a rescue dog, and they go through an extensive training class together in our program. Our caring and committed training staff are volunteer trainers who teach the individual to train his or her own dog, to be a certified ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) service dog, who will assist them with their needs. This partnership of self-training enhances the human/dog bonding process which is critical as they go through our training sessions for Basic Obedience, Public Access, and individually required Task training. During this training, the Veterans/1st responders are supported not only by our devoted training staff but also by other Veterans/1st responders who have had similar life-altering experiences.  Find out more at their web site at:  

ROUND-UP HOPE, INC.           

Founded by Steve and Laura Alfino in 2002, Round- Up HOPE is  Temecula Valleys therapeutic horse back riding equestrian center for the disabled serving Southern California’s Inland Empire.  Our mission is dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of physical, cognitive  and emotional challenges as well as the underprivileged and their families. Round-Up HOPE nurtures the mind body and soul with therapy that can be life changing.  Our population includes but is not limited to: Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Emotional Challenges, Learning Disabilities, Muscular Dystrophy Spina Bifida, Spinal Cord Injuries, Visual Impairments, Cancer Patients and the Chronically ill.  Find out more at their web site:  


The mission of the QOV Foundation is to cover ALL  service members and veterans regardless of whether their wounds are physical and/or psychological. Find out more at their website: