Arts, Culture, and Humanities

Angels of Hope Inc NFP

  • Coal City, IL

Mission Statement

To act as beacons of hope for those suffering the emotional or physical absence of a child.

Main Programs

  1. Creating Miracles Grant
  2. Everlasting Footprints Grant
  3. Angel of Hope Memorial Garden

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Service Areas

Self-reported

Illinois

Serving Grundy and Will counties in the State of Illinois.

ruling year

2005

Principal Officer

Self-reported

Jamie Sikora

Keywords

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Grundy Will Coal City Morris Joliet

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EIN

32-0155772

 Number

8026076496

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

(Commemorative Events) (A84)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Creating Miracles Grant

Provides financial assistance for fertility procedures to qualified married couples residing in Will and Grundy Counties in the State of Illinois.

Category

Families

Population(s) Served

Adults

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Program 2

Everlasting Footprints Grant

Financial assistance for burial and headstone fees related to the death of a child from stillbirth to the age of 3 given to financially needy families who reside in Wilmington, Coal City, Braidwood, Morris, Minooka, Gardner, or Channahon in the State of Illinois.

Category

Families

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Adults

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Program 3

Angel of Hope Memorial Garden

The Angel of Hope Memorial Garden was dedicated to the Village of Coal City, Illinois, on October 7, 2006, as a place for those suffering the loss of a child to honor the child's memory. Located in Campbell Memorial Park , the highlight of the garden is an angel monument surrounded by walkways paved with bricks that can be purchased with a special message in memory of a deceased child of any age, from conception to adulthood. Bricks will be placed in the spring and fall of each year, with the order deadline for spring placement on February 1 and for fall placement on August 1.

On December 6 - at 7 pm, each year, Angels of Hope, Inc., hosts a Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony to which the public is invited to leave a white flower at the base of the angel to honor the memory of a child of any age. It is our hope that the annual vigil will provide a place for grieving families to unite and find strength and comfort in one another.

Category

Adults

Population(s) Served

None

None

None

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

Illinois

Serving Grundy and Will counties in the State of Illinois.

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Angels of Hope Inc NFP

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Jamie Sikora

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Jamie Sikora

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