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Logo designs: Jeanelle McCall

Fiberart For a Cause has raised more than $250,000 for the ACS,
thanks to the generosity of fiber artists and patrons.
FFAC is now happily retired.
Frequently Asked Questions about FFAC

News for 2016!
FFAC is finally retired, but I'm not done fundraising for the ACS.
I'm just doing it as an individual and keeping it low key.
If you would like to help, my ACS fundraising page is here.

I'm donating ten of my Java Collages to the cause.
Donate any amount
and make a choice from the collages here.
Don't forget to look at all three webpages.
There are more than 70 collages!


As always, you will be donating directly to the ACS
through the Forest Lake Relay For Life of which
my sister is Chair. You will receive an immediate receipt from the ACS.

We fundraise in honor of my Dad, a long-term
colon cancer survivor. Go, Dad!



We raised $10,380 in just 2.5 hours in 2015.
Thank you generous artists and patrons!

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We raised more than $5500 in one day in 2014.
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We raised more than $8000 in just 8 hours in 2013.
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Thank you to all the patrons who donated to our
fundraiser on February 15 and 16, 2012
for the American Cancer Society
and to the generous artists who made it possible.

We raised over $7500.

Logo design: Jeanelle McCall




We raised $9817 in 2011.
Thank you talented artists and generous patrons!

See the ONE Hundred Collages here.

Logo design: Jeanelle McCall

Frequently Asked Questions;
links to Collage Mania (hundreds of small fiber artworks)
and other FFAC events

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Special Thanks


Founder: Virginia A. Spiegel
Honorary Chairperson: Karey Bresenhan,
Director Emeritus,
International Quilt Festival - Houston, Cincinnati, Long Beach


Top Ten Nationwide Fundraiser for the ACS - 2006, 2007, 2008

The American Cancer Society's toll-free number, 1-800-ACS-2345, connects a caller directly with a trained cancer information specialist who can answer questions, listen to concerns or refer the caller to local programs.

For more information, www.cancer.org