Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) November 13, 2015
The Bcenter, a nonprofit with a mission to educate, empower and bring hope to stroke survivors, now has a place to call home for it’s monthly group gatherings known as the Hive of Hope. Bcenter makes use of the new larger meeting space, located in the Winter Park Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park, Florida 32789 starting January 1, 2016.
A private donor provided the initial gift and The Closing Agent / Barry Miller Law in Winter Park stepped up to match the contribution, meeting the financial goal to pay rent in the new location for a year. “The Bcenter is so grateful for this generous gift of support,” says Valerie Greene, founder and CEO of Bcenter. “The Winter Park Hive of Hope will become a model for stroke survivors around the country, empowering them to excel into more then they ever thought was possible.”
Spokesperson for The Closing Agent / Barry Miller Law, Darryll Clark, says “Our company has a proud history of helping worthy nonprofit organizations in the community. We are thrilled to support the Bcenter and assist with expanding programs to meet the group’s needs.” The Bcenter, headquartered in Winter Park, reaches stroke survivors throughout the world.
The Winter Park Hive of Hope is part of Bcenter’s outreach program and is a featured wellness resource for individuals seeking stroke-recovery information. The new larger space will accommodate more attendees, a stage for cultural performances, art therapy and special entertainment. Environment and expression are critical components to stroke recovery, proving that stroke recovery is both strong and growing.
About Bcenter: Bcenter, a division of its parent company Global Stroke Resource, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to empower, educate and light the path to recovery for stroke survivors and families. Bcenter is dedicated to providing treatment resources, hope and direction. Founder Valerie Greene personally overcame grim odds in the aftermath of two debilitating strokes that nearly took her life at just 31 years old. Acknowledging that her miraculous survival and recovery could impact others afflicted by stroke or any disability, Greene crusaded for years to support healthcare advocacy, programs and education, and now serves as a stroke coach. Visit Bcenter.org or call (888) 942-Bwell (9355)