Join us for an evening filled with live music, gourmet food stations featuring several of the area's best chefs, a silent auction, and a raffle!
On Saturday, September 30, 2017, we will host our 7th annual Noe's Night of Light at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg to benefit The Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center.
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We were blessed to welcome a baby girl, Noe, into the world in July 2009. Noe was born weighing only 3 lbs 13 oz and needed more medical attention than a typical newborn, but we did not know why. Just days after she was born, Noe was diagnosed with an extremely rare chromosome disorder; we were told she may have a rough road ahead. Noe quickly declared herself a fighter and after two months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units and several surgeries, she took one step closer to home by transitioning to The Children's Home of Pittsburgh's Pediatric Specialty Hospital. Here we were able to spend time together as a family in a calm, home-like setting while we learned to care for our medically fragile baby and prepared to take her home. Noe fought for every day we had together, until a congenital heart condition ultimately claimed her life. When faced with the difficult decision of where to spend our final days with Noe, we again chose The Children's Home. The multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, and support staff not only provided Noe with the care and comfort she needed to live the best quality of life possible, but they also became our family.
We want to help ensure that The Children's Home is there for other children and families who may need the critical services offered through their three programs: Adoption, Child's Way, and the Pediatric Specialty Hospital. In five short months, Noe touched countless hearts and inspired so many; that's why Noe's Night of Light is an event not about loss, but about hope. Please join us for the very special evening to benefit The Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center.
Jason and Sherry Ott