Quilting is a communal craft, quilters spending hours working around the edge of the quilting frame, usually deep in conversation and laughter!

It is no surprise then, that a sense of ‘community’ is very important to both Hilda and Murray!

Throughout the year the Wales and Sanity Hill undertake a number of fundraisers and activities in support of the Make-A-Wish foundation.

At the store you will find a Quilt and Craft magazine exchange. Here you can bring in a magazine and exchange it for one in the exchange. But if you don’t have a magazine to exchange Sanity Hill accepts a loony, which promptly goes to Make-A-Wish! As well, anyone can bring clean, crushed pop tins to the store where they will be collected – again with proceeds to Make-A-Wish.

On Father’s Day this Spring, Sanity Hill will host one of the exhibits in the 16th Annual South Bruce Vintage Tractor Tour, and amongst the old tractors, steam engine and antique butter churns you will find a bake sale, with all proceeds going to Make-A-Wish of course!

Sanity Hill understands the meaning of community and lives it every day!