Our 12th Annual Art of the Vine was held at Fields BMW in Winter Park on April 12, 2013 and judging by comments from attendees and reports from the staff, it was a great success. This always popular fundraiser netted over $208,000 for our Center for Grieving Children and Wishes for Kids programs!
If your New Year’s Resolution is “Give back to my community” New Hope for Kids Volunteer Orientation will get you started.
New Hope for Kids will honor Children’s Grief Awareness Day on Thursday, November 15, 2012 at the Center for Grieving Children in Maitland FL.
2012 BMW winner, Ken Champion, shares his story about winning the BMW Drawing of Chance. Just think, next year this could be YOUR story!
New Hope for Kids would like to thank Disney for being one their recipients of a 2012 Disney Helping Kids Shine Grant!
April 13th proved to be a lucky Friday for all who attended New Hope for Kids 11th annual Art of the Vine at Fields BMW. This popular fundraiser netted $218,299 for our Center for Grieving Children and Wishes for Kids programs!
Rosie Wilder, Director of Wishes for Kids, is our very own real-life Fairy Godmother. Get to know her better by reading the article written by Pamela and Tony Ruben which is featured in February’s issue of Central Florida Lifestyle magazine. Rosie’s strength, positive outlook and caring spirit are sure to inspire you.
How would you like to be the person who helps us raise $115,000 x 2 ?! The property in Eustis that was donated to us is for sale and we need a buyer! Thanks to currently available matching funds, the sale of this completely renovated property has the potential of raising $230,000 which would move us significantly closer to our goal of purchasing a larger facility for our grief and wish program services and administrative offices.
Men, I need some help over here! As Volunteer Coordinator I am surrounded daily by nothing but women! I can’t complain too much…But for our kids, having more positive male role models in their life is crucial. Many of our children have lost their father and they truly thrive having a male presence around, even if it is just while they are here at the Grief Center.