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Hooters of Port Charlotte Initiates Monthly Support Visits to Valerie’s House in Charlotte County

Employees from Hooters of Port Charlotte, including Ashley Falk, Gabrielle Cohen, and Daniela Sosa, visited Valerie’s House in Charlotte County on May 20. They brought and donated dinner for the families at the non-profit organization. This marks the beginning of monthly visits from several Hooters employees, who will continue to provide meals, including their famous wings, to the children and their families.

Valerie’s House is dedicated to helping children and families navigate the grief of losing a loved one, ensuring they can move forward and lead fulfilling lives. The organization provides a safe space for children to share their experiences and receive support from peers and mentors.

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“We are proud to partner with Valerie’s House and support their vision and mission to help children and their families year-round in Southwest Florida. For several years, our employees at Fort Myers Hooters have been visiting Valerie’s House in Fort Myers, and now we are grateful for the opportunity to expand our involvement by including the Charlotte County location for our team at Port Charlotte Hooters to visit every month,” said LTP Management Director of Marketing, Kristi Quarles.

Daniela Sosa, an employee at Port Charlotte Hooters, shared her enthusiasm: “We had a great experience. We are definitely looking forward to our monthly visits.”

Valerie’s House

Valerie’s House, founded by Angela Melvin in 2016, operates three locations in Southwest Florida: Fort Myers, Naples, and Charlotte County. The organization offers various programs, including peer support groups, individual grief counseling, and family fun activities designed to foster healing and build community.

To learn more about Valerie’s House and how you can support their mission, visit Valeries House SWFL.

Photos from Hooters

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