Who We Are and What We Do
Hearts of Hope is a movement of hope accomplished through healing art for the benefit of those in need. Our program is volunteer-driven by those who wish to “pay it forward.” Our volunteers are often people “who have been there” and have experienced life-altering challenges of their own.
Our mission is a simple one - to provide service to those who experience trauma and loss through art, educational workshops and healing outreach.
“One of the most remarkable things I have witnessed through our volunteers is their strength. Often, volunteers will create a healing gift for another with tears in their eyes, but always with a strong desire to offer caring and compassion.” Judy Pedersen, Founder and Director
In the words of one of our volunteers, these “tangible prayers” have reached more than 70,000 people in hospitals, cancer centers, the military and communities like Newtown, Boston, Charleston and Orlando.
Home base and physical location of the Hearts of Hope studio is just outside Philadelphia with chapters in Connecticut, Virginia and Washington state.
These four steps are how we do it and how you can get involved:
1. HEALING ART
Paint with A Purpose
Pay it forward to those in need through community service. Paint a beautiful heart, write a kind message, and spread hope through your family, organization or chapter.
2. EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Be A Creator of Hope
We have a variety of programs available for schools, youth groups, scouting troops and others. These are interactive workshops that demonstrate the benefits of spreading hope and “paying it forward”
For more information, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. COMPASSIONATE OUTREACH
Our professionals are available to describe services in your area for those experiencing trauma and loss. Our resources directory is vast and we will happily assist you in finding the service that best fits your needs or the needs of someone you love.
Want to learn more? Please contact us at email@example.com
Your generous donations fund our important mission.
Thank you very much for “creating hope…one heart at a time.”