Congratulations To Our Nonprofit Of The Week
About the Nonprofit:
Laila’s Gift is an organization driven by love and compassion, inspired by the remarkable journey of a little girl named Laila. Born on September 5, 2014, alongside her twin sister Lana, Laila’s life took an extraordinary path. Diagnosed with Jacobsen Syndrome, a rare condition, Laila was one of only a handful of cases worldwide. Her story is a testament to resilience, as she faced numerous challenges that came with her condition, which claims the lives of a significant portion of infants before they reach the age of two.
Against the odds, Laila not only survived but thrived. Today, at the age of 8, she is a symbol of hope and joy for all who know her. Laila’s Gift emerged from her story, dedicated to spreading the same happiness to other children. With a deep commitment to advocacy, support, and celebration, our organization stands as a beacon of light for children like Laila and their families.
At Laila’s Gift, we believe in the power of unity and empathy. We stand beside families navigating challenges similar to those faced by Laila and her loved ones. Through advocacy efforts, unwavering support, and heartfelt celebrations, we aim to make a positive impact on the lives of children with unique journeys. Laila’s Gift is more than an organization; it’s a community of compassion, where each gift given represents a moment of joy shared, a reminder that every child is a precious and cherished gift, just like Laila herself.
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About our Features of the Week:
One of our goals is to help raise awareness for several different causes, diseases, and more. Each week we feature a Non-Profit of the Week for you, so please visit these organizations and share their information. Your organization may be the Harford County Living Non-Profit of the Week in the future.
Organizations love free advertising, and this is one way to get it. We have over 34,000 Social Media Followers and millions of hits to our website, so why not take advantage and reach them. Several of them also come on the podcast to talk about their charity, and why wouldn’t they? It’s free to come on and has over 500,000 downloads and is listed in the Top Podcasts for Arts, Health, and Business on Goodpods, and is also one of the top 10% most popular shows out of 3,000,000+ podcasts globally, ranked by Listen Score (the estimated popularity score).
If you would like to be featured or nominate an organization as the Nonprofit of the Week, please email [email protected] and a questionnaire will be sent to you.