I don't care to belong to groups that require me to do a certain amount of work for charity. Takes all the fun out of giving if it becomes a requirement. I make a few tops a year for charity and give them to a nurse friend of mine who is devoted to giving and serving. She has 2 longarms (one machine-guided, one hand-guided) and quilts as many as 30 quilts a month. They go to various organizations such as Project Linus, Passage Quilts, veterans groups, and other local charities, depending on what kind of quilt it is and how badly it is needed. Some of them are auctioned off to purchase batting and thread for more charity quilts. I've been able to read quite a few thank-you notes and letters written by family members who were involved in the Passage Quilts program, and let me tell you, if you read a couple, you would DEFINITELY be motivated to make a quilt or two for charity. People are so touched and comforted by those quilts.