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Hope in the Morning

17th Annual Hope in the Morning Breakfast

Thursday, April 18, 2024 | 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. | Country Club of Lincoln

Mourning Hope exists because everyone deserves to grieve in a supportive and understanding environment. Because the death of a family member often brings financial instability, along with other life-altering changes, Mourning Hope’s services are available at no cost to participants, and no one is ever turned away.

Receiving no government funding or insurance reimbursement for programming, Mourning Hope relies solely on private donations from individuals, businesses, service clubs and foundations. To continue offering our programs and services to the bereaved in our community, we need your support.

On April 18, 2024, Mourning Hope will host the 17th annual Hope in the Morning fundraiser. This invitation-only event brings together business and philanthropic leaders, elected officials, corporate partners, community members and grief professionals for an educational and motivational breakfast.

Thank You to Our 2024 Hope in the Morning Partners:

  • Champions of Hope ($5,000)
  • Sustainers of Hope ($3,500)
  • Companions of Hope ($1,500)

Exclusive Opportunity for 2024 Hope in the Morning Partners

In celebration of Mourning Hope's 30th anniversary, Hope in the Morning partners have the opportunity to receive permanent recognition inside Mourning Hope’s new innovative facility. The Mosaic Quilt Mural displayed in the Center’s Community Room honors community members whose significant support sustains our grief programming. Like the memorial quilts created during the Family Grief Support Group, the mural signifies the common bonds that emerge when people come together for remembrance and healing. Hope in the Morning partners at the $3,500 and $5,000 levels will have their names imprinted on the mural to recognize their generous support, in addition to being recognized during the event and in marketing materials.

Mural spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.