The Mayor's Art Council wanted to provide a way to connect other Children Memorial Walkways, Pathways and Parks. Here are a few from around the United States, if you know of others please let the Mayor's Art Council know by visiting our contact us page.

 

Our Children's Memorial Walkway, Charlotte, North Carolina

 

Our Mission....To provide an enduring memorial as a comforting place of healing for those who have experienced the death of a child, family member, or friend; and to do community outreach to help families who are grief stricken.  In addition; to have a positive place to remember children of all ages.  Bereaved parents often fear their child will be forgotten; A place for families and friends to meet regardless of one's race or denomination; A place for the community to come together and show their support and appreciation for the lovely garden.

 

 

Memories of Missing Smiles (MOMS), Ocala, Florida

 

Memories of Missing Smiles, Inc. (M.O.M.S.) was founded by two mothers that lost sons in separate automobile accidents in 2008.  In an effort to help other families that deal with the overwhelming loss of a child, and to keep their child’s memory alive forever, the idea of creating a community Memorial Park and Reflection Pond evolved. MOMS Mission is to provide a fitting tribute and an enduring memorial for the children loved and lost in our community. To provide a place of healing, support, compassion and hope for family members, friends, and the  community who have experienced the death of a child of any age. MOMS will coordinate fundraising activities, develop, promote and maintain a memorial park and reflection pond dedicated to the lives and smiles of our children who have died.

 

The Angel of Hope Memorial Garden, Tampa Bay, Florida

 

Introduced to the world in the best-selling book "The Christmas Box," by Richard Paul Evans, a beautiful story of a couple whose only child dies and they have an Angel statue set as a place to go to remember their child. The Angel of Hope Memorial Garden, Tampa Bay, has been a peaceful refuge for parents to remember their children that have left them at too early an age. The bronze winged angel, will become a gathering place for caring families for Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas. This statue, called The Angel of Hope, has become a retreat for many bereaved families. There are more than 100 of these angels set in Memorial Gardens in the U.S.

 

 

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