Keeping spirits up with “Take Care with Peanuts” artwork initiative


Keeping spirits up with “Take Care with Peanuts” artwork initiative

As part of the mission of Foundation for Hospital Art (FFHA) to bring joyful art to hospitals around the world, Peanuts Worldwide donated 70 Snoopy and Woodstock murals to hospitals across six continents, including St. Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH), to commemorate Charles Schultz’s 100th birthday!

Susan with SACH Palliative Care Team

Susan, SACH palliative care patient shared,

“It was fun and therapeutic to paint the Snoopy and Woodstock Mural with the palliative care team. Thank you, FFHA for the blessing!”

About the Foundation for Hospital Art

The Foundation for Hospital Art was established in 1984 and is dedicated to involve patients and volunteers worldwide to create colorful, soothing artwork donated to hospitals to help soften the often stressful hospital experience. After the Foundation for Hospital Art worldwide collaboration to celebrate Peanuts 70th anniversary in 2020, they have invited hospitals around the world to participate in a special art project in 2022 which is to commemorate Charles Schultz’s 100th birthday! 

The Foundation for Hospital Art has blessed SACH with a six-panel Mural and art supplies for the patients and care team members. 

Photo: SACH

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