NCCC Quilt Request
Thank you for your interest in the NCCC Quilt Project. The Cervical Cancer/HPV Quilt Project is a key component of the NCCC public education initiative to raise awareness about cervical cancer. The quilts are composed of squares made by, or in memory of, women who have battled cervical cancer and precancerous HPV lesions. These quilts are magnificent works of art. They give a human face to cervical cancer and HPV disease, create a compelling sense of urgency about this terrible disease, and serve as a dramatic way of expanding awareness about cervical cancer, HPV and the importance of early detection and prevention. They also reach women, their family members and caregivers in an affirmative way - allowing a cancer message to be absorbed in a comforting environment.

The quilts are exhibited in hospitals, cancer centers, clinics, and at professional and women’s health conferences across the country. Beautiful standing alone, they also serve as focal points and powerful visual aids for education programs about cervical cancer/HPV and the importance of early detection and prevention.

If you are interested in having quilts be present at your next event, please complete and submit the form below.

Your name *
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Your email address *
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Your phone number
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Your organization *
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Shipping address *
(where quilt will be sent)
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For what event are you requesting the quilts? *
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How long you would like them for? (include dates) *
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Where will the quilts be exhibited?
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How many quilts are you requesting? *
Who will be responsible for the quilt(s)? How they will be protected? *
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Who will be responsible for shipping the quilts (including shipping costs) back to NCCC? *
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Click the "Submit" button below to send in your request. Once your request has been reviewed, we will contact you with more information. Thank you!
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