Quilting to End Alzheimer's

Quilting to End Alzheimer's

Has Alzheimer's affected your family or a loved one? 

Learn how one woman and her family are using quilts to help end Alzheimer's. Founder and CEO of Quilt 2 End ALZ, Ashli Montgomery, shares how she combined her love of quilting with her passion for providing education, resources, and hope to those who have loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease. Quilt 2 End ALZ also raises funds for Alzheimer's research.

In this inspiring and empowering interview, Ashli shares:

  • How and why she founded Quilts 2 End ALZ
  • Research and resources available to caregivers 
  • How you can get involved
  • How she combines book clubs, yoga, and quilting!
  • The message she wants to share with everyone caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's


Ashli Montgomery is quilting to mend the mind by spearheading and educating a community of friends who love quilts and quilting but hate Alzheimer’s disease. She is a coach’s wife, mom, speaker, designer, and author sharing quilts, Alzheimer’s information, yoga, books, and all her favorite things in life. You can find her quilts and patterns at www.Quilt2EndALZ.org, her blogging at www.MeAndCoach.com, and learn about her book club, here.

We'd love to hear from you! Has Alzheimer's touched someone you love? What did you find helpful during that experience? Leave a comment below!

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Thank you so much for introducing us to Ashli Montgomery and her crusade for the Alzheimer cause. I appreciate all the creative ways that she has found to contribute and to get others to contribute to help support those with Alzheimer’s and to those that are caring for someone with the disease. I will definitely check out both websites to see how I can get involved.

Emily Wakefield

Thank you Shannon and Ashli. The timing of this topic couldn’t be more perfect. My mother passed away in March from dimensia. I visited with her in February and have very fond memories of her smile. Now that I know about Quilt 2 End ALZ. I have a new quilting project to focus on. Again, thank you.


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