The Kerry Jon Walker Fund Presents Messages from Heaven

Benefit supports mission programs for area teens

McGRATHPR.com – The Kerry Jon Walker Fund (KJWF), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping humanity and supporting those affected by poverty, presents a benefit night out with Messages from Heaven, with Spirit Medium Sandy Alemian on Sunday, January 19, from 4 to 6 pm at The Parrot Bar and Grill, 1 Hull Shore Drive, Hull. All proceed support the fund’s mission, including mission service trips for teens supporting sustainable programs to improve health, education, and economic opportunity for those in need.

Shed those winter doldrums and join Sandy Alemian, spirit medium, author, soul coach and inspirational speaker presenting Messages from Heaven, a healing experience event.  Alemian provides insight and guidance through messages she receives from spirit guides, angels and souls on the other side.  Experience powerful messages of hope, love, truth and healing from loved ones who have left this world in body, but not spirit.

A tasting menu, prepared by The Parrot Bar and Grill owner and chef Brian Houlihan, is available for attendees for an additional fee.

Sandy Alemian, courtesy image

Sandy Alemian experienced extraordinary grief when her infant daughter Talia passed away 25 years ago.  Her life was broken, and she was unsure of how to navigate the grief.  She turned to writing and meditation, initiating a spiritual awakening, discovering a connection which could never be broken – the connection with spirit and her soul.  She now understands death to not be the end of the journey, just that of the physical body, offering programs to explore different ideas of death, and how it can touch and uplift those left behind.  “It is my belief that heaven is not a faraway place, but it is here,” shares Alemian, “In a frequency of energy to which our hearts are always connected.”

KJWF provides financially challenged urban teen students the opportunity to create global objectivity and travel abroad in charitable service.  KJWF provides student service trips to Rwanda, where they have assisted 500 orphaned teens at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village. While providing service to this community abroad, the Boston teens, most never having never traveled out of the country, gain a new understanding of the developing world.

Founded in 2010, enhancing the education of youth is at the heart of The Kerry Jon Walker Fund’s mission.  Amongst its accomplishments, KJWF provided 3000 lbs. of books, maps and educational materials, as well as school uniforms, to village schools in Guinea, West Africa.  The community ranks amongst the poorest in the world, home to the region’s most deprived children.

Tickets to KJWF’s Messages from Heaven are $35, in advance online at thekerryfund.org.  Admission  at the door is limited to venue capacity. To learn more or support the Kerry Jon Walker Fund, email mikey@thekerryfund.org, or visit thekerryfund.org.  

About The Kerry Jon Walker Fund

The Kerry Jon Walker Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping humanity and supporting those affected by poverty, promotes sustainable programs to improve health, education, and economic opportunity for those in need.  The Kerry Fund’s current mission programs provide financially challenged Boston teens with opportunities to engage in community service trips to aid orphaned teens at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda.  To learn more or support the Kerry Jon Walker Fund, visit www.thekerryfund.org, or follow the Fund on Facebook.