The Mary Moon Foundation expanded its fundraising efforts this year with a new summer benefit concert. After five successful family-centric events at the Water Park of America, the Mary Moon Foundation held a 21 and over event with the 80’s hairband Hairball! The event drew a new audience for the foundation; which expanded the number of people the foundation reaches. Through this event more people learned about the foundation’s mission and goals and were able to contribute by volunteering or with a financial donation.
The Hairball concert was a blast! It was held outdoors at Bogarts in Apple Valley, MN. Thousands of people attended this first Mary Moon benefit concert. Johnny Rock Lassman (from KQRS) and Christine O’Keefe (Mary Moon co-founder) introduced Hairball for a “Bombastic Celebration of Arena Rock”. Six songs into their set, Hairball paused to share the mission of the Mary Moon Foundation and invited Christine on stage to help with “a moment of noise” to celebrate Mary’s life – it was fantastic!
Join Crescent Cove as a volunteer in support of children and young adults with a shortened life expectancy, and their families, and enjoy a day on the links at the same time!
Friday, October 14th, 1 pm-5:30 pm and Saturday, October 15, 8 am-Noon
LifeSource Conference Center ~ 2225 W. River Rd. N., Minneapolis, MN
The Thresholds of Living, Dying, and Death: Pediatric Palliative, Hospice and Bereavement Care
At the completion of this symposium, participants should be able to:
*Accreditation – This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare and Crescent Cove. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is accredited by the MMA to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Crescent Cove Founder, Katie Lindenfelser, was featured on KTIS and Faith Radio on June 18th and 19th, 2016. If you would like to hear the complete interview, please click here.
Crescent Cove was featured in an article in the Star Tribune on 12/5/15. If you would like to read the article on their website click here.
Thank you for helping children live as fully as possible to the last moment of life, and ensure families are supported during this very difficult and challenging time.
The mission of Crescent Cove, formerly Children’s Lighthouse of Minnesota, is to offer care and support to children and young adults with a shortened life-expectancy, and their families. We intend to fulfill this dream by creating one of only a handful of children’s residential hospice and respite care homes in the United States.