Along the Heritage Trail

2014 Foundation Quilt

The Heritage Trail joins the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, Soup of Success and the Elkhart County, IN Convention & Visitors Bureau Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail. We’re united in the dream to end breast cancer, empower women and inspire hope.

You can help make a difference and share the dream.

Stop by the retailers listed below or the Elkhart County Visitors Center from April – September and enter to win the one-of-a-kind Pink Elephants of Hopewall hanging (shown above). Local fiber artist Connie Kauffman has crafted and donated this quilt using exclusive Vera Bradley fabrics. Entries are $5 each and all proceeds go directly to breast cancer research.

Purchase the special 2014 Vera Bradley Totefilled with special Soup of Success products in a festive gift box at a retailer listed below. Proceeds help Soup of Success and breast cancer research just $55

See the quilt* and ENTER TO WIN raffle tickets are $5 each April through September and purchase the “Stuffed” Ribbons Toteat the following participating retailers:

Cinnamon Stick (Middlebury)
Das Dutchman Essenhaus (Middlebury)
Linton's Enchanted Gardens (Elkhart)
Sarah Davis' Davis Mercantile (Shipshewana)
West View Florist & Gifts (Elkhart)

About the Quilt Artist – Connie Kauffman is an independent quilt designer and author with five books in publication as well as many patterns in various books and magazines. She also has created her own pattern line, Kauffman Designs.

Through projects like this, the Vera Bradley Foundation has contributed $17 million to breast cancer research. For more information visit verabradley

* All proceeds benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer. View the Vera Bradley Foundation Summary