Cherished Memories For A Lifetime embraces the opportunity to gift homeless children/families
and financially distressed families an expression of hope, which we call a HopeOp.
The goal of aHopeOp issimply to provide hope for better days ahead. We customize
and personalize our gifts of hope to each family's particular needs. HopeOps, no
matter how small, can make an impact on day to day lives.
Our HopeOp Project is the perfect way for you to get involved and make a real impact
in the quality of life for a family. Sponsor a movie & dinner for two, a gas card,
dinner out for the family…there are many opportunities to make a difference.
Funding a HopeOp. gives you the opportunity to:
Pay it Forward
Give an expression of Hope relating to your special interests
1) Use one of the attached referral forms and email form to email@example.com
2) Send an email with child/family contact info and a brief summary describing the
3) Provide our contact info to referral families for them to contact us (email is
our preferred contact) or
4) Submit an online referral
We will contact and interact with the families, directly, and determine what type
ofHopeOpwill be gifted, based on the needs of the child/family.
A OOUPLE OF HEARTFELT EXAMPLES OF PAST HopeOp GIFTS
A. Thomas & Daughter
This single mom had battled bone and breast cancer.
Her amazing daughter supported and assisted her mom
with devotion and love, during her medical challenges.
Mom was unemployed and was seeking employment,
now that she was able to return to work. Daughter was attending El Centro College,
studying Nutritional Health and Science. She wants to become a pastry chef.
The Thomas Family HopeOps:
Week 1 - Assortment of Gift Cards (Mastercard, Walmart, Starbucks, Chick fil a)
Week 2 - Pizza Night - Gift card for Large Pizza Hut Pizza
Week 3 - Movie & Dinner - Movie gift card and Olive Garden gift card
Week 4 - A Special Treat - Tickets, Parking Passes and Food Coupons to the State
Fair of Texas
A New Orleans Saints comforter/sheet set for a 7th grader, who has a learning disorder,
whose mom had been laid off.
Quote from Mom: "I would like to thank you and your organization for the gifts. The
smile that my son made when he saw his New Orleans Saints bed set was heartfelt.
He actually made his own bed. He also told his dad to stay off his bed lol"