St. Louis Children's Hospital celebrates childhood and the
critical importance of keeping kids healthy and safe. 

St. Louis Children’s Hospital partnered with Project S.N.A.P. to create a mosaic mural to celebrate childhood and the critical importance of keeping kids healthy and safe.

This mosaic is made from artwork submitted by patients, families, staff,  donors, students and members of the greater St. Louis community.  Additionally, members of the community were invited to leave a legacy by sponsoring a piece of mosaic artwork to reflect St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s collective wish to do what’s right for kids.

Every person who created an artwork can find their artwork and exact location in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum.

In my artwork I chose the word "kindness" because that is what I think of when I think of all of the doctors and nurses that dedicate their lives to saving children at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

Artwork contributors can find their artwork online in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum.

Directions to the Mural:

  • Turn onto Children’s Place to access St. Louis Children’s Hospital Visitor Garage.
  • Take the garage elevator to the bridge on the 2nd floor.
  • The mural is just inside the bridge to Children’s on the left, beside the Purina Pet Center.

For additional questions, please contact the Foundation Office at 314-286-0988 or SLCHFoundation@bjc.org.