2010-2012 Recipient: UPMC Hamot Women’s Hospital
We are pleased to say that we have raised enough money for the naming of a NICU care station at UPMC Hamot Women’s Hospital in memory of Maeve and to create an outdoor garden space on the patio of the UPMC Hamot Women’s Hospital! We think that both of these spaces, the NICU room and the Maeve Memorial Garden, are reflective of Maeve’s brief time here. She spent her 20 days in a NICU room, and during our time at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh we used their outdoor garden space when Maeve’s big sister Moira came to visit. We appreciated both spaces and, again, feel these projects are meaningful ways to honor and remember her time here.
2013 Recipient: Creekside Christian School
2014 Recipient: Forgotten Voices
In 2014, in continuing to seek ways to help children both locally and globally, Maeve Gives chose Forgotten Voices as their recipient. Forgotten Voices is a wonderful group working to help orphans in Africa through the local church. Check out their awesome work at their website!
maeve alice miller only lived for 20 days
Her life on this earth was so brief. Yet she moved people. She inspired people to pray, to hope, to love, and hopefully to live fuller lives.
are you ready to join the run?
We encourage you to consider the way Maeve’s brief life may have moved you, or can move you, to do something more with YOUR time.
are you looking for ways to support the cause?
There are lots of ways you can make a difference! Besides the annual runs, you can also make donations to Maeve Gives, a 501(c)3 corporation.