'Season of Hope' helps grieving parents


POSTED: Thursday, December 2, 2010 - 1:24pm

UPDATED: Thursday, December 2, 2010 - 7:40pm

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The holidays are all about family. But for anyone who has lost a loved one, the season can also be somber. Threads of Love and Season of Hope are two local non profits who serve families grieving the loss of a baby. Together, they will host "A Season of Hope" this Sunday, a special service to remember those children during this holiday season.

For more information, contact:

Angels Among Us at 225-673-1984 or daphne@angelsamongus.com or angelsamongusla.com


Threads of Love at (225) 667-7714 or info@threadsoflove.org or http://threadsoflove.org/

A Season of Hope will be held at:

Greenwell Springs Baptist Church
19421 Greenwell Springs Road, Central LA
(225) 261-2246
Sunday December 5th at 2 PM. A reception will follow

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Very good story and speaks to a population that is seldom addressed. When a baby dies, it is such a difficult situation that society as a whole prefers to ignore it, leaving families stranded in their loss. Thank you for taking "the road less traveled". And in doing so, you have touched a greiving mother's heart.

Thank you

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