October 16, 2014

HAL alex and ani November

We are hosting TWO Alex and Ani Charmed by Charity Events on November 5, 2014! Join us at the Alex and Ani in Westport, Connecticut, from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and at the Alex and Ani in New Haven, Connecticut, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Can’t make it to either event? You can call either store directly on November 5th to place an order that will count toward our total – just let them know that you’re supporting Hope After Loss. 15% of all sales at both stores during the events will benefit Hope After Loss, so bring your family and friends for a fun night of shopping for a good cause!


Hope After Loss logo

We are proud to announce that the Hygeia Foundation has a new name:

Hope After Loss

While our name has changed, our mission remains the same: to support the pregnancy and infant loss community. The butterflies in our new logo, which fly upward from loss toward hope, reflect the journey our community travels together.
Our programs and services also remain unchanged. Our support groups will continue as scheduled every month, and we hope to see you at an upcoming event.
One thing that has changed, however, is our contact information. Beginning now, please e-mail our staff at the following e-mail addresses:
Gillian Eversman, Executive Director
Melissa Kish, Program Director

Our phone number has also changed: it is now 203-389-7399. Our 800 number is no longer in service.
Please update your address book now.
Over the coming weeks, we will roll out a new website at hopeafterloss.org, as well as new brochures and other materials. We ask for your patience and understanding during this time, as you may still receive materials with our former name on them as we transition to our new name.
We hope you join us in feeling excited about our new name and this new chapter in our organization’s history. As always, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. Thank you for being part of the Hope After Loss community.
With warm regards,
Gillian Eversman
Executive Director
Hope After Loss