2020 Wholehearted Foundation VIRTUAL Luncheon

October 22, 2020 @ 12:00PM — 12:30PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Please join us at our fifth annual Wholehearted Foundation Luncheon- VIRTUALLY. This is a free event to attend- no registration needed unless you would like to be a sponsor (if so, please complete below). It greatly saddens us to not be able to be together in person at this year's event. Due to the high risk population we serve and the essential care workers that we invite, we thought it would be best to hold this event virtually. Even though you may not be able to see these families physically, their needs are still there and are greater than ever. Wholehearted Foundation is so thankful for your continued support and we couldn't help these families without you! Join us to learn why Wholehearted Foundation is essential to helping families who are facing a pediatric cardiac crisis. A link will be sent out via email prior to the event and the event will also be live streamed via YouTube Premiere.

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Help Us Make A Difference!

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Wholehearted Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to be an extension of God's wholehearted and unfailing love to families of children in cardiac crisis. We aim to provide short-term assistance in order to make a long-term impact with each family that we serve. More specifically, we offer prayer, financial support, connection with other "heart families", and program awareness. Our immediate focus is on serving families at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC.

Our hearts have been broken to see that for most families, the pressure of a long hospital stay can very negatively impact many areas of life and simply put, we feel called to make a difference. Money raised at the Inaugural Wholehearted Foundation luncheon will be used to provide financial assistance to the families in dire need (as identified by the social workers of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit). Learn more at www.wholeheartedfoundation.org .