At The Forever Moriah Foundation we believe that hope is an integral part of a patient’s ability to be physically healthy. Raising a sick child impacts the whole family. This is why we are dedicated to providing hope and healing to the family as a whole through our unique and uplifting programs.
Learn more about the programs we offer below, and ways you can help.
At the Forever Moriah Foundation, we focus on providing healing and hope to the family as a whole.
Birthday & Milestone Event Wishes
The Making Memories program grants celebrations and birthday party wishes to terminally and critically ill children between the ages of 1 and 18 years of age.
The Forever Moriah Foundation has made it their personal mission to help terminally ill and critically ill children and their families to also create beautiful memories that will forever live on in their hearts and minds!
Financial Assistance for Families
The average cost of a stay in a hospital for a critically ill child is $40,000. Caring for a critically or terminally ill child doesn’t only place an emotional burden on a family, but often times a financial burden as well.
Often times, parents must reduce their work hours, or completely quit working to care for a sick child. With less income, but expenses steadily rising, it becomes very hard for families to get by.
Through our Helping Hands program we grant financial assistance to the families of terminally ill and critically ill children currently undergoing treatment for sickness.
Unfortunately, we are not accepting grant applications at this time.
"Remember Me Always"
Provide Global Awareness and Fund Research for Pediatric Cancer
1 in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer and only 4% of Federal Cancer Research Funding goes to pediatric cancer. Seeing as how cancer is the #1 cause of death by disease among children, it is clear that more awareness needs to be given. Through our Remember Me Always Program we hope to provide information and support for children and their families that are affected by pediatric cancer. We hope that through funds raised we can promote advocacy and awareness, and to support research leading to a cure for all children diagnosed with this life-threatening disease.
Special Program for Siblings and Parents of Angel Children
We believe the lost of a life has a deep impact on the family as whole. Many times when a child becomes sick, siblings are shuffled off to family or friends, as their parents dedicate majority of their time caring for the sick child. Once a child passes away, the family often finds it even more difficult to rebuild from the impact of the loss.
Through our Heart2Heart program, we hope to encourage families to regain strength, and heal through reconnecting with other families who can relate by attending our unique family events.
(Families will participate up to one year after the passing of a child)