Dear Friends,

We all have a role we can play during this health crisis. Artists and creative individuals’ unique talents can have a positive and palpable impact on the mental health of a community through the sharing of art.

Please Help. Join us to help those who are hurting by providing DIGITAL IMAGES of your artwork to be shared —  to simply bring a smile to their face or inspire hope with reminders of the beauty of life.

Submitted images will be used in a variety of COVID-related community outreach programs:

Capital Health, Art Channel in Patient Rooms
We are collaborating with our community partner, Capital Health, to add a virtual art show to the television programming in patient rooms. We invite you to provide images of your artwork to populate the initial TV broadcast and periodic refreshes. Art images will appear on the TV screen along with the artist’s name and title of the work.

“Thinking of You” Cards

Others in Hopewell Valley are feeling the impact of mandated social distancing plus sadness and unexpected losses of income or time apart from family and friends. Sharing a card as a small act of kindness will remind people we are thinking of them with a message of love and concern.

Beginning the week of April 6, we will be distributing “Thinking of You” cards:

  • In food packages distributed by the new Hopewell Valley Mobile Food Pantry located in the HVRSD School Admin Building at 425 S. Main Street in Pennington;
  • In meal packages delivered by F.I.S.H. (Friends in  Service Here)/Meals on Wheels to home-bound individuals in Hopewell Valley; and
  • To senior residents at Brandywine Living Pennington.

We hope you will join us by sharing your talents in support of those in need in our community. The phrase “it takes a village” is more true than ever.

Be well and thank you,

Carol Lipson
Executive Director

Please see the sign-up form for image submission instructions. If you have any questions or have difficulty completing your submission, please reach out to us at