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Volunteer Project

The Foundation for Hospital Art

Saturday, March 28, 1:00-3:00 PM
Gaylord Opryland Nashville

In addition to networking with your peers and learning from expert speakers, attending HCCA’s Compliance Institute gives you the opportunity to make a difference in the Nashville community.

HCCA will be hosting a PaintFest to benefit The Foundation for Hospital Art. Volunteers will team up to complete a multi-canvas painting. All murals will be donated to a Nashville-area hospital. The painting is set up through a color code technique and NO ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE is necessary.

It’s a great opportunity to meet your fellow conference attendees, speakers, and HCCA board members. So remember the Volunteer Project when booking your travel, and be sure to select the Volunteer Project option on your conference registration form or when you register online. Space is limited so register early to secure your spot.


About The Foundation for Hospital Art

Our Mission: To give comfort and hope to those who suffer in hospitals by providing artwork at no cost to hospitals.

Our Vision: Hospitals throughout the world will become beautiful places for healing.

Our Quest: To donate at least one painting to every hospital on Earth.

The Foundation for Hospital Art was officially established in 1984 and is dedicated to involving patients and volunteers worldwide to create colorful, soothing artwork donated to hospitals to help soften the often stressful hospital experience. For over 30 years since then, FFHA has been placing murals in hospitals and medical facilities across the globe. The Foundation for Hospital Art has donated 44,000 paintings to more than 4,000 health care facilities located in 195 different countries. More than one million volunteers have helped to make this possible.