9/11 Memorial -
Wall of Hope

The Wall of Hope is an inspirational mosaic of tiles created by 11,124 residents following the September 11, 2001 tragedy. Our organization organized and coordinated its creation and implementation at Waterplace Park, Providence Journal and RI Convention Center, in the year after 9-1-1. 



Check back soon for updates on the Wall of Hope and upcoming installations.

At Waterplace Park, Providence Journal and RI Convention Center. A new partnership with the People School will use the Wall to inspire economic empowerment for low income residents. 


The Wall of Hope is a tile mosaic created by over 10,000 Rhode Island residents of all ages, races, religions, and cultures. The magnificent artwork is a tribute to loved ones lost, to the heroes of the 9-11-01 tragedy, and to our hope for the future. While our organization  conceived and managed this project, the Wall of Hope truly reflects a community effort. Thousands of hours of volunteer time and generously donated financial resources made this project possible from the very beginning. There were three installments, all located in Providence, Rhode Island.

On September 11, 2013, "The Never Forgotten of Rhode Island" artwork was presented to family and friends of 9/11 victims and to our community.  The goal of "The Never Forgotten of Rhode Island" project was to name those who were lost on that day. The artwork, by local Providence artist Nicole Cooney, was commissioned by Rhode 

Pictured above: The unveiling of "The Never Forgotten of Rhode Island" project in 2013.

Island for Community & Justice (RICJ) at the request of 9/11 family members. The new piece is a beautiful mosaic, made out of colorful pieces of glass, ceramic, tile, and metal; the image is an artistic rendition of the names and faces of those from Rhode Island who died on that day.