Angels Among Us Holiday Lighting Festival Set for Dec. 14th

On Saturday, December 14, 2013, The Foundation of Ministry Saint Clare’s Hospital will host the 2013 Angels Among Us Holiday Lighting Festival.

It's at the Rothschild Pavilion from 4 - 7pm.

This is a family friendly evening of nostalgic holiday fun features a tree lighting ceremony, winter carriage rides, children’s crafts, visits with Santa, therapy dogs, story-time and holiday movies, and food from Red Eye.

The event itself is free, but several parts of the event, including food and pictures with Santa, will cost money. The money raised at this event support three key Foundation funds:

SANE: A fund which supports several critical programs for treating adults and children whom are victims of abuse and sexual assault.

Infants and Children: The Saint Clare’s perinatal bereavement program is a comprehensive program designed to meet the complex needs of bereaved patients. This fund also supports infant CPR kits. Every new family at Saint Clare’s receives one. It also supports the safe sitter program, and the lactation program and the Mommy Café (a support group for new mothers).

Compassionate Care: This fund helps patients with food, transportation, medication or clothing needs they may have when they leave the hospital.

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