Lynn University honors students, staff killed in Haiti earthquake
On Jan. 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti, claiming the lives of thousands. Among those killed were four students and two professors on a mission trip from Lynn University.
© WPBF | January 11, 2020
Happy Holidays 2019
NO MATTER WHAT HOLIDAY YOU CELEBRATE, WE’D LIKE TO WISH YOU A SAFE AND HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON AND A PEACEFUL AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!
As we look back on the past year, we want to recognize the many generous people who have helped us. Please enjoy our latest newsletter below!
‘TIS THE SEASON…
Helping Children In Need One Smile at a Time
Every child deserves the chance to be a kid, regardless of their circumstances. That’s the philosophy behind Christine’s Hope for Kids, a nonprofit organization founded in 2010 by John and Jean Gianacaci of Hopewell in honor of their late daughter, Christine.
© Princeton Magazine
Always for the Kid in the Corner
Transforming a devastating family tragedy into a legacy of bringing joy to underserved children of Mercer County and beyond, Christine’s Hope For Kids is poised to celebrate a decade of helping the kids in our community.
© Issuu | October 7, 2019
Thank You Thursday shines light on Christine’s Hope For Kids Foundation
Christine Marie Gianacaci, a Lynn University sophomore from Hopewell, N.J., may have perished in the Haiti earthquake of January 2010 but her spirit breathes hope and comfort into many children’s lives. Gianacaci had been on a food mission when the earthquake occurred as eight students survived the but two professors and four students never emerged.
© The Trentonian | September 18, 2019