Radiance Gives is excited to award $5,000 to The Huntsville Hospital Caring House. The Caring House provides a safe place for children and teens, ages 3-18, to cope with the death of a loved one. As Madison County’s only childhood bereavement program, all Caring House services are provided through Huntsville Hospital and are free of charge, without insurance reimbursement, as a wrap around community service. All services are available to any child in our community, for as long as the child chooses to participate, for children who may have experienced the loss of a parent, sibling, friend, or extended family member through illness, accident, suicide, or other tragic event.

The Caring House is a program of Huntsville Hospital and is funded by Huntsville Hospital Foundation. Therapeutic services are vast: age-appropriate groups, community, and pre-bereavement support; and partnerships with schools for crisis intervention and include music, pet, & art therapy; balloon releases; butterfly releases; celebratory events; photograph-sharing groups; and more. To donate or find out how you can help, please visit: https://www.hhwomenandchildren.org/services/caring-house.

Radiance Gives Chair and Co-Chair, Eric Macke and Amy Wallace, visited The Caring House for a tour with Ms. Kristi Kelly, Ms. Kimberly O’Leary, and Mr. Eugene Johnson where they got to see the children’s play and activity areas and learn about how The Caring House is serving the children and families in the Madison County community.  

Radiance Gives was established in 2022 and is an employee-run charitable organization benefiting the communities where we work and live. Both Radiance employees and the company can contribute to make grants to eligible 501(c)(3) organizations in our employees’ local communities. For more information on Radiance Gives, or to apply for a grant, please visit https://www.radiancetech.com/radiance-gives/.