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Mosaic Quilt Mural

Join the 30th Anniversary Mosaic Quilt Mural

Quilts have been a tradition at the Mourning Hope Grief Center since the organization’s inception in 1994. As part of the Family Grief Support Group, every child and teen decorates a quilt block in memory of their significant person who has died. The blocks are then stitched together with those designed by other mourners, creating a quilt that symbolizes the shared understanding and support among those who have experienced a profound loss.

The Mosaic Quilt Mural, installed in 2020 as part of Mourning Hope’s capital campaign, honors the individuals and organizations who provide lasting support to Mourning Hope. Like our memorial quilts, the mural signifies the common bonds that emerge when people come together for remembrance, healing and hope. Its location in our Community Room emphasizes the importance of community connections and partnerships that have been the foundation of Mourning Hope’s operations for three decades.

To celebrate 30 years of service, we are expanding the existing mural. Between January and May 2024, we offered the opportunity to purchase a personalized quilt tile in honor of someone significant and to show support for the Mourning Hope community.

Thank you to those who submitted their orders! Stay tuned for your exclusive invitation to the 30th-anniversary mural unveiling in September 2024. For questions about the mosaic mural project, please contact Tara Gregg at

Philanthropic support for the Mosaic Quilt Mural campaign is provided by the New York Life Foundation.