THE COVID MEMORIAL HOPE QUILT
A national memorial to honor frontline workers who have faced extraordinary challenges during COVID-19, and to commemorate others who have been affected by or lost to the pandemic.
Would you like to recognize the healthcare heroes in your life? Have you lost a loved one to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Do you love to express yourself creatively? We are looking for people who would like to get involved with the HOPE quilt in a variety of ways. Click the buttons below to explore:
The HOPE Quilt on NBC4!
Thursday, August 3 - Molette Green and the NBC4 News Team covered the story of the HOPE quilts, and how they are spreading the message of hope and healing. Featuring an interview with Diane Canney, exclusive photos, and more!
As the pandemic continues to resonate throughout the nation, The COVID-19 HOPE Quilt, a grass roots community art project, continues the work of commemorating the impact of the pandemic.
The COVID Memorial HOPE Quilt thanks Bernina for their unwavering support since 2020. Their contributions have been invaluable in supporting our mission to create a lasting tribute to frontline workers and those impacted by the pandemic, including the donation of two Bernette machines in 2023 for our partnership with Mobile Hope. Learn more about Mobile Hope here.
Huge thanks to Mayor Vance & the Town of Hillsboro, VA for supporting the COVID-19 Memorial Quilt & Letters of HOPE sculpture!
➡️ Next up: join us for Hillsboro's "Gardens in the Gap" during Historic Garden Week, April 19-20th!
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