HERO DAYS  

Hero Days are a great way to share the fun we are having at A Hero's Impact Foundation. We encourage you to speak with your personal photographer and ask them to support A Hero's Impact Foundation with a Hero Days Photo Session. Here are some of our Hero's!

Meet one of our cape recipients, Lilly. Lilly was born with Polycystic Kidney Disease (Her kidneys were the size of an adults kidneys when she was born. They were crushing her lungs). Now Lilly is an extremely happy little girl; even while she has no kidneys and goes to a Children's Hospital every other day in St. Louis! Lilly loves to chase her brother and show him how she is the best Super Hero! She received her Hero Cape after dialysis. 

Meet one of our cape recipients, Lilly. Lilly was born with Polycystic Kidney Disease (Her kidneys were the size of an adults kidneys when she was born. They were crushing her lungs). Now Lilly is an extremely happy little girl; even while she has no kidneys and goes to a Children's Hospital every other day in St. Louis! Lilly loves to chase her brother and show him how she is the best Super Hero! She received her Hero Cape after dialysis. 

Ty is a fighter of all fighters! 2 Years ago Ty was having head aches only to find out he had a brain tumor. After a long year of treatment he knew he beat cancer. Sadly to sayshortly after his treatment was done they found Cancer in Ty’s back. So he will continue to fight like he fought before. Ty loves to get in the ring with MMA Fighter Steven Mann (Cousin) and wrestle around. Ty loves to have fun with his brother and 2 sisters! But what he loves to do the most is get in front of the church and show everyone how much God has done for him!

Ty is a fighter of all fighters! 2 Years ago Ty was having head aches only to find out he had a brain tumor. After a long year of treatment he knew he beat cancer. Sadly to sayshortly after his treatment was done they found Cancer in Ty’s back. So he will continue to fight like he fought before. Ty loves to get in the ring with MMA Fighter Steven Mann (Cousin) and wrestle around. Ty loves to have fun with his brother and 2 sisters! But what he loves to do the most is get in front of the church and show everyone how much God has done for him!

Meet Karrie! Karrie has broken every barrier that has been placed in front of her! Recently Karrie graduated from High School and will be attending a local college soon! One of Karrie's proudest moments was when she was asked to be a model from Wet Seal clothing. Karrie loves to dance, volunteer and do public speaking engagements about breaking the barrier when it comes to being a down syndrome child.

Meet Karrie! Karrie has broken every barrier that has been placed in front of her! Recently Karrie graduated from High School and will be attending a local college soon! One of Karrie's proudest moments was when she was asked to be a model from Wet Seal clothing. Karrie loves to dance, volunteer and do public speaking engagements about breaking the barrier when it comes to being a down syndrome child.


We want to send a shout out to our Hero's at Parish Of The Immaculate out of Owensboro, KY! You guys are True Heros!!!!

 

Wow! Thanks for the Cards Church of Christ in Waterbury, Ct!

We love them! Tell all of your superheroes they did a fantastic job!!!!


Hero Day with the Glen Carbon, Illinois Police Department!

Thank you to the Tree of Life Church in New Braunfels, Texas!


Our first Hero Cape drop was to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.  We delivered over 200 boxes filled with capes, Be A Hero t-shirts, dog tags, baby blankets, and more.


This last week one of our employees Christy was staying with her daughter in Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. One day while sitting in Jada's room they saw a pink Hero cape fly by. When Christy went out into the hallway she met one our newest Super Hero's: Kayleigh and family! We wanted to wish Kayleigh the best and let her know that we are hoping that every day is just as super!


 Left to right Jessie Belmar, Ryan Krause, Melissa Morrison, Anthony Gibson and Chad Louderman.

 Left to right Jessie Belmar, Ryan Krause, Melissa Morrison, Anthony Gibson and Chad Louderman.

9.25.15
Today Menasha Packaging presented a check to Melissa Morrison founder of A Hero's Impact Foundation in the amount of $1000. Menasha’s donation will be one of the first corporate donors giving to A Hero's Impact Foundation's campaign towards a new, educational center and sports complex.


These were just sentfrom First United Methodist Church in Rolla, Missouri. Thank you for being our Heroes!


Thank you to Hillside Bible Church from Ortinville, Michigan!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


At A Hero’s Impact Foundation there are countless ways that a church can make an Impact in the lives of children across this nation! It is difficult for most to comprehend the pain and suffering that happens between the walls of a Children’s Hospital unless you are one of those families. It is our goal to simply bring HOPE into places with no HOPE by connecting great schools, churches, businesses like yours with families that are in sometimes the greatest battle they will ever face! When a church writes letters or sponsors capes, we send each package delivered to hospitals with your churches name and contact information.

We connect with child life specialist at your local hospital and deliver packages of HOPE. It is our ultimate goal to connect your church with hurting families giving your schools, churches, businesses the opportunity to shine in some of the darkest of places! Getting involved is simple. Select an option below that best suits the vision of your church. Pick a date to host a “Be a Hero Day” and help the children in your church embrace the vision of helping make an impact in the lives of others.

How simple is that? Below are some idea below how to help. A Hero’s Impact will provide you with the promotional materials to correspond with the option you choose. Every dollar helps A Hero's Impact package our letters in bright red envelopes and place our special Impact Card in each envelope. The Impact Card will state that "This package was brought to you courtesy of : A Hero's Impact Foundation and Your School, Church, or Business Name This helps us directly connect your church with these families!


Ideas

·       Your kids can dress up as a hero for the day, write a letter of hope or color on our coloring page and bring a dollar for a child in need. A suggested donation of $1 is requested per letter or coloring page but not required. Some heroic families even choose to donate more.
·       Have Pennies for Capes. Choose a period of time that you would like to raise pennies to buy Capes for the children. (If you have Pennie Challenge it makes it more competitive and everyone loves to win)
·       Have a Sock It To Illness – Where children fill their socks with coins

You can make it as unique as you would like. Remember we will help with the support materials.