I work for Jersey Mike's Subs, and part of my job is raising money for charities. Give A Little Hope is the best charity to partner with because they have a great network of supporters who come out to fundraising events. This charity makes sure to get the word out about a fundraising event, they come and actively participate in a fundraiser, and they drive business into our store every time we work together. We have partnered several times, and each time we raise more money than the last time. They are a joy to work with! In addition to raising money for their own charity, members of Give A Little Hope came to another fundraiser that we were doing for a teen who has cancer. He is not part of their group, yet people came because they truly have a community spirit and they wanted to help another charity with a similar mission succeed in their efforts. Give A Little Hope's leader, Randy Wouters, understands what it takes to run a charity and how to build long term relationships with businesses who can help spread the word about their organization and raise money. This is one of the best run groups I have the pleasure if working with!
Give a Little Hope does just what its name suggests. They do give hope to people who really need it in both big and small ways!
My name is Robert Luber I've been a donor and supporter of Give a Little Hope since it's inception a few years ago. I feel their mission is so important for our local community and beyond. To help others suffering from the ill effects of their cancer disease. They help their clients cope with their financial and emotional burden placed upon them. Provide food, pay electric bills, transportation when needed And too much to mention here please check out their proclamation from The city of West Melbourne City council 7/20/15. Please donate generously if you can.
Give a Little Hope is a local charity that supports local families. It feels good to support those in my community and this organization is doing some wonderful work!
My best friend in life was a healthy, vibrant, generous and dynamic fifty year old gentleman until Sept. 29, 2014. That was the day it all changed, that was the day Joel was diagnosed with the deadliest of cancers, a brain tumour called Glioblastoma Stage Four. We have had the most horrific ten months of our lives. To see someone suffer from Cancer cannot be properly described by words. Because of God's power Joel is still with us. Also the advances of the medical field to prolong life has also helped. We would not be able to have that medical help were it not with the help of Give a Little HOPE. Randy, and the entire organization has helped us get the medical help that Joel needs to be able to even begin fighting this horrible cancer. There are days that is seems to much to bear and then Give a Little HOPE helps us to spiritually, mentally and emotionally and financially go another day and keep fighting on. When someone is in in their seventies and eighties to us we could say goodbye. But when someone is just fifty one, it is way too soon to say goodbye. So THANK YOU again to Randy and our friends at Give a Little HOPE who help us do all that we can to save the life of one of the most special and wonderful people that this world has ever know. Grateful, and God bless this group to help many. Joel, Colleen and Lauren
Randy and his team do a great job helping people in a specific niche of the nonprofit world. GALH started with a CD and a band project from our worship team when Randy was our worship leader at our church, and then it has grown into a full-fledged non-profit that is doing so much beyond recording. From giving our Hope Totes to raising direct financial support to cancer patients right now when they need it, Randy and his team are just expanding and expanding. 100% of the donations to go the patients! Love that.
I've known the founder of Give a Little Hope for just over ten years. I recognized his willingness to give well before he founded his nonprofit. Now that I've seen the sheer joy and gratitude of those the organization has benefitted, I'm more impressed than ever.
I've witnessed the funds raised from several events literally go right back out the door to those in desperate need. The gratitude expressed by those confined to a hospital bed, fighting the hardest battle of their life, simply for receiving a tote of gifts that will help them get by, is heart-warming to say the least.
With a staff composed entirely of volunteers, overhead is kept to an absolute minimum, and those volunteers are a joy to work with.
I'm truly excited to see Give a Little Hope expand its philanthropic endeavors and give even more cancer-fighters the glimmer of hope they need to go on!
Robert J. Oehlbeck II
I love Give a Little hope this organization is close to my heart. Being a survivor and knowing what my parents went thru when I was younger. I am thankful for GALH to know they can help a family like mine in a time of need.
I absolutely love volunteering for Give A Little Hope. It fills my heart knowing that this organization is helping local families in my community. I have truly been blessed to meet, work with, and help such amazing people.
I absolutely love volunteering for Give A Little Hope! I love that I am making a difference in an actual person's life. The Hope Tote Project that we do is such an awesome idea...giving tote bags full of great gifts to cancer patients receiving treatments! We hand deliver and get a chance to speak with each person and pray with them if they would like to. Heart melting experience!
Give A Little Hope is a non profit that continues to serve the Brevard community time and time again. If there is anything you should know about GALH it's that the people behind it all care more about the mission than they care about themselves. They give 100% of everything they have into making this nonprofit one that will change lives and show people the great things God can do. I honestly love volunteering with GALH because the mission is incredible and the people I serve with have huge hearts!