1. Charity of the Month: Unbound

    Disasters in developing countries take a disproportionate toll on people living in poverty, often destroying what headway families have made in improving their situations. Unbound is an international nonprofit organization that partners with poverty-stricken families to help them become self-sufficient. For the month of July, 20% of all QMT’s online sales will go towards this … Continued

  2. Why “Made in the USA” Matters

    As we anticipate celebrating our nation’s independence on July 4th, it’s an appropriate time to reflect on why “Made in the USA” matters. We’re proud to say we’ve been manufacturing our hand-tuned wind chimes in America for over 30 years. We manufacture our chimes in Manassas Park, Virginia and use raw materials from American lumber … Continued

  3. Charity of the Month: Compassion International

    We’re all feeling the weight of COVID-19. But in the communities where Compassion International works, things are becoming desperate. That’s why this month, 20% of all online wind chime sales will be donated to support Compassion International’s ongoing mission. Advocating for children in poverty for over 60 years, Compassion International is currently working to provide … Continued

  4. Why Wind Chimes Matter – Especially Now

    During these days and weeks of spending more time at home, finding a way to relax and unwind is critical. What you may not realize is, the sights and sounds of nature are some of the most readily available sources of stress relief, and they’re available to all of us, if we’re creative about looking … Continued

  5. Charity of the Month: International Justice Mission

    Right now, children and families are staying home, yet many are in unsafe home situations. Sadly, human violence against other humans, including domestic abuse and online sex trafficking of children, is on the rise. Thankfully, this month’s charity — the International Justice Mission (IJM) — is working tirelessly to protect these vulnerable populations. That’s why QMT … Continued

  6. Let Windchimes Bring Peace and Healing to Your Home

    If you’re spending more time at home during the current health crisis, you’re likely looking for ways to make your home a haven and sanctuary for you and your loved ones. Especially as the weather warms up, being outside in your yard, or on your patio, deck or balcony, are welcome options for expanding the … Continued

  7. Charity of the Month: Red Cross and the Need for Blood Donations

    The American Red Cross is such a critical organization that we devote two months each year to donating 20% of all online sales to their cause. This month, we’re asking you to consider helping, not only with your purchase of windchimes, but also with a blood donation. As COVID-19 continues to affect our communities, the Red Cross is … Continued

  8. Why QMT Windchimes over other chimes?

    You can’t really compare a performance by a professional symphony with that of an amateur group. No matter how hard the amateurs try, they won’t really be able to compete with the sound quality, the artistry, the experience and the transcendence of the professional symphony’s music. In the same way, when you put the quality … Continued

  9. Charity of the Month: Red Cross

    Humanity. Impartiality. Neutrality. Independence. Voluntary Service. Unity. Universality. These are the seven fundamental principles that guide the American Red Cross (ARC) and their millions of volunteers, members, and staff. With numbers this great and ambitions this bold, the ARC is one of the most universally recognizable humanitarian organizations on the planet. And along with that, … Continued

  10. How to Keep Your Chimes Ringing for Years to Come

    Not only will your QMT Windchimes bring music to your ears, so will our warranty and repair services – designed to help keep your chimes looking and sounding beautiful for years to come. While all of our chimes feature handmade-in-the-USA craftsman quality and materials, Mother Nature can sometimes take a toll on your chimes. So, … Continued