Itís the kind of thing we often forget happens everyday. Babies are abandoned, they die, or are left for dead and there is no one to claim their bodies. Many of them will end up in unmarked graves with no funeral processions to celebrate their lives.
Garden of Innocence founder, Elissa Davey was recently notified that she has been nominated for 2016 National Notary of the Year.
Besides her work for Garden of Innocence, Elissa is a Realtor and Notary in San Diego County and keeps herself quite busy
The Dedication and first Memorial Service for Garden of Innocence in Orange County receives wonderful article from LA Opinion
Elissa Davey, Founder of Garden of Innocence was named KNX Hero of the Week
Elissa Davey, Founder of Garden of Innocence who was nominated for the 2015 L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth, was invited to attend a luncheon and workshop, along with the other nine top 100 Women of Worth, held at Bloomberg's in New York. Bloomberg compiled a wonderful panel of exceptional people to help move the women and their charities forward in fundraising and growth.
Was a wonderful time at Bloombergs and an incredible event put on my L'Oreal Paris USA.
Elissa Davey, the founder of Garden of Innocence has been nominated among the top ten L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth
Excited to be meeting with Tim Deutsch, General Manager of El Toro Memorial Park about possible donation of land in Orange County for a garden there.
Garden of Innocence, Providing Burials for Abandoned Children, to Begin Serving Santa Barbara County
We are Garden of Innocence By the Sea, and our sole purpose is to provide dignified burials for abandoned and unidentified children. We have been in business for 15 years under Garden of Innocence National and Garden of Innocence/San Diego.
She claims the bodies or cremated remains of abandoned children. She provides them with a name and a funeral. As she told me this week: "Babies who die deserve more than a toe tag with a number on it. They deserve to have their lives acknowledged, no matter how briefly they lived."