The New Jersey Metro Chapter’s “A Hope And A Promise” Sculpture Committee is pleased to present this signed, original work of art by the renowned artist Sandy Werfel. He has been creating donor recognition sculptures since 1968 and each piece is a signed, original work of art.
This unique sculpture is prominently displayed at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. The rainbow begins with a carving of our planet and the National MS Society logo. The rays of the rainbow signify generous contributions available in three giving levels. The sculpture also includes carved special gift recognition doves soaring aloft and clouds which finalize the sculpture. The doves and clouds symbolize hope and promise.
Making a gift toward the sculpture on behalf of a family member or friend provides “Hope” and keeps the “Promise” to achieve a world free of MS. One hundred percent of the donations made will go toward research.
You will be able to make a donation for a plaque on the sculpture at the Women On The Move Luncheon, or to make a donation, please contact Jerry Volk at 201-967-5599 or email@example.com.