By Steven Stark – March 19, 2023
For the last 25 years, Roman and his wife Monica have supported Splashes of Hope who provides therapeutic art murals to those in need from Children Hospitals, Community Centers, VA facilities and Nursing homes throughout the United States. As Co-President’s they have enjoyed giving of themselves to help raise funds and sponsors that allows for future projects to continue to bring joy and healing through art.
With this in mind… We are asking our friends and colleagues to please give to this worthy cause that makes a difference in those in need of hope and inspiration through healing from therapeutic art.
To Donate, click on the link: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/Mjc4NA==
On the whole… The full story : CFN Live – Splashes of Hope on Vimeo
To point out…
Since 1996, Splashes of Hope has provided over 1000s of murals and has made a positive impact at both the community level as well as medical institutions.
SPLASHES OF HOPE INSPIRATION
Subsequently, Splashes of Hope was founded in 1996 by Heather Buggée in reaction to her own experience in typical, dreary medical settings. During her art school years, Heather had a friend who was afflicted with Hodgkin’s Disease being treated in a local hospital. They discussed ways to improve the hospital’s aesthetics. Their idea that positive imagery would improve a patient’s outlook to support the healing process, was the genesis of Splashes of Hope.
Unfortunately, Heather’s friend did not survive his illness, but their dream lives on. Heather and her team of artists and volunteers have made the dream into reality. After 25 years, Splashes of Hope continues its mission to brighten the world with art!
Heather and her team of dedicated artists have been splashing therapeutic art and will continue to build on those successes for years to come.
Splashes of Hope creates artwork for positive change
Transforming medical and social service centers into welcoming, positive environments for patients and staff “FROM CLINICAL TO COLORFUL”
Learn about how your support brightens neighborhoods
Uplifting neighborhoods with artwork to brighten communities.
Since 1996, thousands of art pieces have been created to brighten and comfort millions of viewers across the country and internationally. Splashes of Hope is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York, with chapters in Florida and Massachusetts.
A new mural + ceiling tile for the Long Island State Veteran’s Home in Stony Brook. Peaceful beach scenes and characters give a tranquil serenity for Veterans. The mural is in tribute to a veteran that recently passed, from LISVH. – Sponsored by Estee Lauder
“Child Life is here to help patients understand their illness, decrease anxiety and cope with being in the hospital. Our specialists seek to make the hospital a “not-so-scary” place for children. They use play, recreation, and music to provide opportunities for our patients to cope with and express their feelings. [Splashes of Hope] offer[s] our therapists the opportunity to engage our patients in conversation and in play. For your support of their efforts, we are most grateful.”
-Lynnsey T. Belsome. Director of Donor Relations, Children’s Hospital of New Orleans
“On behalf of the Department of Veteran Affairs New Jersey Healthcare System, East Orange Campus patients and staff, we would like to extend our appreciation to you for your donation of hand-painted, custom designed murals for our Veterans. Your thoughtfulness reflects the concern that you feel for our Veterans and the service they provide to all of us while in service for our country. The paintings display a comfort for our Veterans by providing a calming and inspiring visual focus. Our patients understand how important the support of the community is to their recovery process. Your support and commitment have served to let them know how much they are appreciated.”
-Vincent F. Immitti. Director, Department of Veteran Affairs New Jersey Healthcare System
To learn more… visit us at INFO@SPLASHESOFHOPE.ORG PO BOX 537 HUNTINGTON, NY 11743 P: (631) 424-8230