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Valerie's House receives $30,000 from Wildcat Run Charitable Foundatio
Donation will help it expand to more communities, serve more famil
By: Valerie's House for Grieving Families
"We are overjoyed by the beautiful support of the residents of Wildcat Run and the Estero business community," said Valerie's House founder, Angela Melvin. "The mission and goals of our two organizations are so closely aligned, which makes this donation even sweeter. We appreciate everyone who contributed to help Valerie's House continue on and expand our community work."
Valerie's House opened January 2016 and is currently serving 52 children and caregivers from Lee, Collier, Charlotte, and Hendry counties. The organization provides a safe, comfortable place for children to share, grieve and heal together following the death of a close family member. Valerie's House is located at 1618 Avalon Place in the historic Dean Park community of downtown Fort Myers, with plans to expand to Naples and Cape Coral.
The Wildcat Run Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization helping children in need. It has raised in excess of $180,000 over the last four years to help encourage, support, and improve the lives of children in Southwest Florida by providing assistance to other charitable and educational organizations. For more information, visit www.wildcatruncharitablefoundation.org.
Valerie's House is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is fully supported through community donations that can be made online at www.valerieshouseswfl.org or by mail to Valerie's House, Inc., P.O. Box 1955, Fort Myers, FL 33902. For more information or to register for programs, visit www.valerieshouseswfl.org/
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