AFSP's Memory Quilt Program was founded by the late Sandy Martin in 1995 following the loss of her son, Tony, to suicide.
Lifekeeper Memory Quilt
Sandy developed the original Lifekeeper Memory Quilt Program as a way to "put a face on suicide." Loss survivors create individual memorial squares, which are assembled into traditional quilts that are displayed at public events. Click here to learn more.
Digital Memory Quilt
The online quilt allows suicide loss survivors everywhere to share stories about their loved ones using video, audio, photos, and words—stories that serve as squares in our virtual quilt. Click here to learn more.