Bo’s Place is named in memory of Laurence Bosworth Neuhaus, Jr. Bo died of liver cancer in 1985 when he was twelve years old. Bo’s faith, humor and openness were strength to his family. “If I should die any time soon,” he wrote, “I want balloons, a lot of helium balloons, and fireworks because I want it to be a celebration. God would want it that way and therefore, so do I.” Bo left behind a lasting legacy of warmth and love that is reflected in the programs at Bo’s Place.
In this spirit, the tears at Bo’s Place are tears that heal, bringing with them hope and recovery so children can grieve and move forward.
Seasons of GriefMore...
Save the Date: Una Notte in Italia November 1More...
Volunteer Facilitator Training - Session One
Volunteer Facilitator Training - Session Two
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