- The Healthcare Hero Heart -
Our neon hearts are hand assembled in our shop in Mississauga. We are proudly donating a portion of every warm white heart sale to the Michael Garron Hospital Foundation.
This beautifully crafted LED neon heart is dedicated to our healthcare heroes who have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic. We've designed the heart so that you can give it to a healthcare hero or place it in your front window to spread the love to anyone passing by on your street. Every heart comes with a baseplate and a screw for securely attaching it to the baseplate. The baseplate provides a sturdy base to place on a window sill. The frame is routered out of 3/4" laminated hardwood, hand sanded, and assembled in Canada. Each heart is unique and variations should be expected and treasured as a unique element.
Purchase one today and show some love for the heroes in our community!
Only drawing 8 watts of power
($0.77 a month running @ 24 hours/day) allows for constant-on use.
Dimensions are 12" tall X 10" wide.
What is in the Box?
1 X LED Neon Heart Mounted in Laminated Wood Frame
1 X MossLED Certificate of Authenticity
1 X Steel Base Powder Coated White
1 X Power Supply (Choose Dimmable or Non-Dimmable)
Neon Heart Power Specification = 12VDC / 8.4 Watts
Cool White Heart is 5500k White Colour Temperature with a CRI over 98.
In the News
- BlogTO Article from November 30th, 2020
- Toronto Star Article from February 20, 2020
- Michael Garron Hospital Foundation Article from February 22, 2020
I live on the 20th floor of a building overlooking the city that has 5 foot balcony railings. I thought I might have to give my Heart to my daughte since it could not have been seen in the normal location for the Hearts.
A clever friend drilled a hole high at the top metal frame of "Indo"facing south (My laptop keyboard cannot print the letter after "v') and I hug the Heart from there using fishing line.
My golden Heart sends loving thoughts to all that see it south from Merton Street to the lake., and brings a loving aura to my home indoors.
I hung it the day before the storm of last Monday and kept it lit for all that needed a boost or hug.
We love looking at the heart in the window. It puts smiles on our faces.
Received my glowing heart and just love it. I’m trying to promote the cause in Durham region. I look forward every evening having it illuminated.
When I was in Toronto, I was so encouraged by these bright expressions of care for front-line health workers.
I feel so happy to bring this beautiful expression to Whitehorse. I still smile every time I catch sight of the lovely heart.