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Landscape help at the Center for Grieving Children

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New Hope for Kids

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 10 people are interested
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Fall is almost here and we have been staying home to stay safe and healthy. If you are ready to get outside and help us, we have the perfect project.

Volunteers are needed to help us with our landscape needs.
We are hoping that you may want some time outside, mindful of social distancing, to help us care for the grounds around the center

We are looking for help with:
pulling weeds,
trimming hedges
raking leaves
picking up small limbs

If you have your own gloves, or small gardening tools, we would ask that you let us know to expect you (day and possible time) we do have office personnel from 10 am to 5 pm each day. Detailed instructions will be given to those interested

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About New Hope for Kids

Location:

544 Mayo Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751, US

Mission Statement

New Hope for Kids provides specialized support to children and families grieving the loss of a loved one and grants wishes to children with life-challenging illnesses in Central Florida

Description

New Hope for Kids has two principal programs. The Center for Grieving Children and the Children's Wish Program. The Grief Center provides grief support sessions to children and their parents. Most of these children come to us after they begin to suffer behavioral problems after the death of a parent or sibling. Children meet in groups according to age, with trained grief facilitators and counselors. Their caregivers meet separately with a counselor to learn how children grieve, how to help them and how to deal with their own grief. Many of the deaths were very traumatic: cancer, accidents, murders and suicides. Sharing their concerns with others going through the same thing helps these children, and their caregivers, learn to pick up the pieces and go on with their life in a healthy way. The Wish program grants wishes to children who are severely ill. Most of these children live sterile, restricted lives due to their illness. Isolation and educational stagnation frequently results. Physical disabilities limit the child's mobility and access to normal learning and social opportunities. Many children request computers and computer training.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

544 Mayo AvenueMaitland, FL 32751

(28.63657,-81.35796)
 

SKILLS

  • Gardening

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • One to three hours, dflexible with your time

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