Events help Edmarc families thrive.
Whether catered toward creating a memorable time for families or designed to raise funds for our programs, Edmarc events provide support for our kids and families.
Each year, events fill Edmarc’s calendar. This social aspect is vital to the quality of the care Edmarc provides. Family and fundraising events support Edmarc’s mission in different ways, allowing families to receive care holistically: mind, body, and soul.
Take a look at Edmarc’s different types of events and learn how you can become a part of a memorable experience.
Throughout the year, Edmarc holds multiple events for families including a spring fling, summer picnic, fall festival, and holiday activities. Families can put aside their stress and worries for a few hours and simply enjoy time together, having fun and making memories.
These special occasions also allows kids to come as they are and have a party designed around their needs and capabilities. Both patients and siblings find companionship in other children who have experienced similar situations. And parents find comfort, support, and resources in fellow Edmarc parents. Our family events contribute to the social well-being of the entire family and are part of the holistic approach to care Edmarc takes.
Interested in sponsoring an event for Edmarc families?
Contact our Community Resource Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-967-9251.
Families never receive a bill for any service provided by Edmarc. We also receive less than 10% of our annual budget from insurance reimbursement to fund our programs; therefore, fundraisers are a vital part of what Edmarc does.
Edmarc’s benefits from numerous fundraising events each year including our annual golf classic, intimate in-home gatherings, and third-party fundraisers. And no matter what they raise, each event helps Edmarc care for more kids and more families in the comfort of their own home.
Interested in fundraising for Edmarc?
Contact us at email@example.com or 757-967-9251.
“The Edmarc Picnic provided some of my favorite last memories of my son. We had an amazing time together, eating, laughing, and playing in the grass; and all we had to do was show up and enjoy our son.”Darby Domer, Brady’s Mom