THE COVID-19 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:
ANNOUNCING: 2022 MINI QUILT PROJECT
Have you lost a loved one to the COVID-19 pandemic? Would you like to celebrate the healthcare heroes in your life? Do you love to express yourself creatively? Create a mini quilt to share your message of hope and healing and to honor their sacrifices. Your quilt could join our traveling quilt show, with displays in venues across the United States.
ONE MILLION LIVES LOST TO COVID IN AMERICA
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During this historic moment, the COVID-19 pandemic poses an unprecedented national crisis. The COVID-19 HOPE Quilt, a grass roots community art project, is launching in response to national sentiments of grief and uncertainty.
The HOPE quilt has been exhibited everywhere from our local community in Virginia, to the 2021 National Quilt Festival.
On March 5th, 2022, the HOPE Quilt returned to the Lincoln Memorial for a candlelight vigil. Our purpose was to acknowledge the anniversary of the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic here in the USA. Watch the livestream here.
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