Requiem is a ritualized grief project and community driven memorial to honor those that have died from COVID-19 as well as to celebrate their lives. The word, Requiem, refers to a mass said for the dead in the Catholic Church. Protestants have Transfiguration services. In the Jewish faith, the dead are remembered during the Yizkor prayer service. Prayers are said for the dead at the Salut ul Janazah by Muslims. Buddhists say mantra for the dead as they pass. All faiths and cultures have a way to recognize and honor those that died. Some people acknowledge the dead with general well wishes. No matter how individuals mark and memorialize the passing of the dead, we all have a need to grieve in order to move forward. Requiem, with a worldwide scope, gives us the necessary opportunity to grieve together while offering our support to these souls as they pass from one state of being into the next. This project consists of golden circles drawn for the deceased – one circle for each person. The names of those that passed from COVID are written on the circles. Requiem also has 108 carved wood beads that mass together to create a prayer mala or necklace.