We are very pleased to tell you that the response to the virtual program developed by our kids’ charity has been fabulous! Many of the families and children our nonprofit supports have been enjoying HOPE at home, which relies on Zoom and our social media outlets to keep us all connected and moving forward during this difficult time.
The program may be virtual, but the benefits of staying positive and staying in touch during these challenging times are very real. So, if you and your kids have not joined in yet, we hope you will consider joining us. It’s easy to get started. All you have to do to register is contact Zach at Zachary.email@example.com.
Once you have registered, we will get a welcome kit in the mail to you right away. And, if the idea of going out to look for supplies seems overwhelming (if not impossible!), don’t worry. We can include supplies in your welcome kit. Just let us know.
Then you can look forward to joining us on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 3:00 pm EST to work on creative projects and fun activities. We have other ideas and activities for your family, too!
Upcoming Hope at Home Activities for You and Your Kids
We already have plenty of fun scheduled for July, so don’t forget to mark your calendars for Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:00 pm!
As the summer heats up, you can look forward to activities like these:
Tuesdays at 3:00 pm
July 7 – Mad Science with the NSU Pediatric Club
July 14 – Dressing Prep with ARC Culinary
July 21 – Hunt & Craft with the Epilepsy Service Foundation
July 28 – Musical Beach Bash with Joyful Music Therapy
Thursdays at 3:00 pm
July 2 – Red, White & Blue
July 9 – Songwriting (with a very special guest!)
July 16 – Start a New Tradition
July 23 – Christmas in July
July 30 – Wishing Wall
And there’s more!
If you have questions about Hope at Home or any of the work our nonprofit charity for children and families does, please don’t hesitate to contact us. And, of course, we would like to thank our generous supporters for the charitable donations that make this program possible!