KinderMourn’s Hope Floats Duck Race is more than “just another fundraiser.” Out of the 15,000 ducks that will splash into the Whitewater Center’s churning rapids, thousands will race in memory of a loved one. These yellow ducks remind grieving children, bereaved parents and all of us that hope does float. Charlotte Smarty Pants couldn’t be more proud to be a sponsor of this incredible event.
For 34 years, KinderMourn has provided counseling services for parents who have experienced the death of a child and children grieving the death of a loved one. The mission has remained strong and the heart of KinderMourn still beats for one purpose…to provide a safe haven for those who have suffered an unimaginable loss.
The Hope Floats Duck Race raises 20% of the annual operating budget and is critical to ensuring that anyone in need can take advantage of our powerful program. As the only non-profit grief center in the area for bereaved parents and children, KinderMourn relies on the generosity of the community to carry out our bereavement services.
Adopt your ducks today! Go to www.kindermourn.org. Once there, click on the yellow duck. You have the option of adopting through “fast adoption” or selecting your favorite team to give credit to a specific team. We created a “Jennifer Lisman Bunich” team in honor of our beloved Jen B, click here to donate to Jen’s team. Make sure you click on the Team Member Name which is currently “Cameron Hunter”, that will soon switch to Team Member “Charlotte Smarty Pants.”
Please feel free to call Quack Central at 704.376.2580 with any questions. We thank you for your support!
KinderMourn’s 8th Annual Hope Floats Duck Race
Sunday, April 22
US Whitewater Center
2:00p – 5:00p
Race time approx 3:30p
Find KinderMourn on facebook!
Smarties, KinderMourn’s website is down at the moment. As soon as it’s back up, we’ll direct you to the correct links. Stay tuned…
I am so sorry for the inconvience! If you would like to adopt your ducks today, please click on the link below –
KinderMourn is online again – whewhoo, I think it was an influx of donors that overloaded the site:-)