A Room to Heal 5K and Family Fun Walk

The second annual A Room to Heal 5K and Family Fun Walk was held in June 2013 at

Binghamton's Otsiningo Park.  Thank you to all the participants and volunteers who came

out to make this event so successful.  We exceeded our goal and raised enough to fund

four healing environments for children in our community.  

Our 2014 event will be held on Saturday, May 31st at Otsiningo Park.  

Mark your calendars!!


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Holiday Fundraising Luncheon

Each year in December, A Room to Heal hosts a special Holiday Fundraising Luncheon. 

These luncheons have been a huge success and have grown over the years with well

over 100 people attending,  Through the luncheon, and through the generous donations

of individuals, families and businesses, A Room to Heal typcially raises enough money to 

cover 2 - 4 room projects. 

 At the event, volunteer board members give a review of the organization's accomplishment's 

over the past year.  A touching video is shown to highlight the room projects done within the

year.  Sometimes, a room recipient child and/or family may share their story about how the

project and the volunteers have touched their hearts. 

The luncheon is planned by a Special Events committee and anyone is welcome to help. 

Special thanks always go out to those who donate items to make the event so special.

 



                                 Family Fun Day/Putt Putt Fore a Cause   -   see photo album
                                                        
  A Room to Heal hosted their first Family Fun Day/Putt Putt Fore a Cause on Saturday, June 18 at 

                                                         Gerry Tull's Miniature Golf Course in the Town of Maine.  The event featured mini-golf for $5.00 a person,                                                            face painting, raffle baskets, a bottle & can drive, and a Balloon Man!  Many came out and enjoyed the                                                                event.  A special thank-you to Gerry Tull's for having us, and to Kristin Mahoney and her volunteer crew for                                                          an excellent family event.