Welcome to the Carolyn Gable
"Expect A Miracle" Foundation
The purpose of this Foundation is to offer assistance to the single women and men who are working and trying to do well for their children, but are unable to provide the extracurricular activities that help a child build strong character to succeed in today's society.
We Help Working, Single Parents
For Working, Single Parents who are struggling due to lack of income to provide extra curricular activities for their children. A single, working parent needs to be working 20+ hours a week with children ages 5-15. Some examples of the assistance given are:
- Organized Sports
- Music Lessons
- Dance Classes
Save the Date: August 8, 2015
Our 2015 Cosmic Bowling Fundraiser will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015! Details will be available soon!
Update: Effective March 1, 2014
Due to limited funds and an influx of need, Expect A Miracle Foundation has implemented the following changes effective March 1, 2014:
- the maximum grant dollar amount is $200 per child
- the maximum number of grants per organization is three (3)
Thank You for the Support!
We, at Expect a Miracle, would like to say thank you for your support
and generousity during our Bowling event. It was one of the best nights we have
had in the 12 years of hosting the event. We managed to raise close to
$37,000 thanks in part to your extreme generosity and devotion to the
children of the Expect a Miracle Foundation. We are touched to see that
you embraced the cause as much as we do.
We can all agree the plight of children of single parents is never easy. What we have beeen able to do, through your support, is to help these familes by funding creative, nurturing and educational activities. All extra-curricular activities effectively add to the self-esteem of the child.
I am the voice of the all these children when I say "Thank you for caring about me!" I am truly humbled by all that you have done and from the bottom of my heart I thank you. We look forward to seeing you next year at bowling on August 8, 2015.