project leader
Jane L
9001 Clayton Road
(Ethical Society of St. Louis)
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the project

Faces Not Forgotten paints portraits of children killed by gun violence.  The portraits are donated to the victim's family and a copy of the portrait is placed on a quilt.  The quilt will be exhibited at The Ethical Society of St. Louis in an attempt to raise awareness on gun violence in the St. Louis area.

the steps

Once the portraits are painted we will work with a local graphic designer and printer to print the portraits on a quilt for exhibit.

why we're doing it

Faces Not Forgotten is here to comfort, to bring peace and to share the memories of our children and our young people.  Artists volunteer their talents to paint portraits of children, age 20 and under, who have died from gun violence.

It is our hope that by  putting a "Face" to these young victims we can raise awareness about gun violence in the USA and honor the meory of each child.  These children are not just numbers.  Each child was a life ended.  Each one has a face.


The artists donate their time and talent to paint a portrait, but the cost of printing the portraits is $20 for each portrait.  We have 40 portraits that we exhibit. 



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