Nationwide, City Tallahassee - 04/01/2021 — Tallahassee, FL – April is the National Month of Hope, and this year, the founders have implemented the ‘Balls for Hope Campaign’, giving stress balls to front-line workers and others in need of hope.
Rosalind Tompkins, founder and president of Mothers in Crisis, Inc. as well as the National Month of Hope says, “Hope is needed now more than ever after the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic that many are still suffering the effects of.” “Through the Balls for Hope Campaign we are spreading hope one ball at a time.” Having seen the impact that hope can have on people’s lives, Dr. Rosalind Tompkins and her organization, Mothers in Crisis, Inc. launched a national public awareness campaign in 2018 beginning with the designation of April as the National Month of Hope. Challenging people to ‘think hope’ and ‘make hope connections’, this inaugural campaign has turned into a powerful movement and is going international this year with individuals in Pakistan and other countries adopting the tenets of the ‘Whole Hope Campaign’ and celebrating April as their National Month of Hope.
And now, coinciding with the National Month of Hope, the organization has announced the recipients of their third annual HOPEE Awards (Helping Others Practice Enduring Empowerment). These awards will be presented to those who exemplify helping others to practice enduring empowerment while spreading hope in the family, church, school, community, marketplace, nation, and the world.
The 2021 HOPEE Award Recipients
Posthumous HOPEE Awardees
Media Contacts:Company Name: Mothers In Crisis, Inc.