SILENT OBSERVER PRESENTS
PROJECT NIGHT LIGHTS
Silent Observer has partnered with all local law enforcement and first responders on a very special project to benefit the children at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. Called Project Night Lights, once a month police/fire/ambulance surrounds the Children’s Hospital and flashes their lights as a way of brightening up bedtime for these young patients who are facing the fight of their lives. In the hospital, the patients turn their flashlights on and off as a way of acknowledging the support and love they are feeling. The goal - to show these young patients that Silent Observer, law enforcement and the community are standing beside them.
This event takes place the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:30 p.m. If community members would like to come out, show support and shine their flashlights, they can line the sidewalks or find a safe place to park. If you can see the big blue building, the kids can see you!
Silent Observer, a non-profit organization, is raising money for Project Night Lights. Help us continue to build on the success to keep this incredibly important and moving community building event going. Monies raised will be used for flashlights and other necessary equipment to enhance this event.
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