SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Vital Church in Oviedo kicks off its seventh year of raising funds and awareness for Nathaniel’s Hope, which is a nonprofit whose mission is to help the special needs community.
What You Need To Know
- Vital Church is raising money for Nathaniel’s Hope
- The church has been able to raise more money than all previous years combined
It is called Soaked 2021 and it is a day filled with water attractions designed to give the special needs community and their families a time to relax and have fun.
Vital Church is raising money for Nathaniel’s Hope through sponsorships, a silent auction and donations.
Organizers said the day is also a way to celebrate the special needs community who they affectionally call VIPs.
“They have incredible value, they have a lot to offer. The more we can open ourselves to do life with our special needs community, our VIPs, I think the better off we are,” said Adam Farley, pastor for Vital Church.
So far this year, Vital Church has been able to raise more money than all previous years combined for Nathaniel’s Hope.