Small gestures might seem insignificant, but we promise...it's not. The Arch Foundation has launched a project to bring a little light through flowers and gift cards to people whose loved ones have been admitted to Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado.
Heather Zoccali, founder of The Arch Foundation, and her family experienced a 2-month stay at Craig Hospital after an injury to her eldest son. She knows first-hand how seemingly small gestures can make a real difference in someone’s day as they begin to navigate this major life transition.
This program is really the core idea in what we hope to accomplish - providing an opportunity for you to tap into a vast network of support for caregivers of people who have suffered an SCI/paralysis and/or TBI.
The program includes:
· Providing locally grown bouquets and gift cards to caregivers at Craig Hospital once a month to add some thoughtfulness to their day.
· Providing massages and temporary gym memberships at Craig hospital for Caregivers to begin establishing healthy self-care habits and find moments for stress relief.
· Providing resources and education to caregivers and their family for managing the life of a loved-one with SCI/paralysis and TBI to help research seem less daunting and overwhelming.
Please contact The Arch Foundation if you are interested in receiving support or donating to help provide support.
The Arch Foundation will be on the 4th Floor Gym at 4:30-6:30.
Questions or concerns please contact Heather Zoccali at 970.217.7448 or firstname.lastname@example.org.