VIDEO: Total Home Roofing Dedicated To Nana’s House Mission of Assisting Children In Need

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV: In 2012, Space Coast Daily recognized Kim Frodge, founder and volunteer of Nana’s House gated community, as a Central Florida Humanitarian for her outstanding work to provide a safe, secure, loving home where children can come and feel safe (please see the below tribute video and story). Above, Frodge thanked the amazing local organization that make Nana’s House possible, including Total Home Roofing’s extensive support of Nana’s House’s mission. CLICK HERE to assist Nana’s House.

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2012 CENTRAL FLORIDA HUMANITARIAN

‘We Operate Nana’s House Like A Normal Family Home’

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Five years ago, Kim Frodge kept having dreams about children in need without a safe place to call home. 

“The dreams would not go away and I’d wake up crying,” said Frodge, who eventually began keeping a file about her dreams.

Three years ago, from those dreams and the file Frodge kept emerged Nana’s House, a loving Christ-centered haven for children whose parents cannot care for them, because of illness, homelessness, substance abuse or any other reason.

“I felt it was something God wanted me to do,” said Frodge.

Children from newborns to 10-year-olds can stay until their parents are again able to care for them, be it a year or 15. “We want them to know they are valuable, that they have a purpose,” said Frodge. “We operate Nana’s House like a normal family home, not a group home.”

The house, once a run-down foreclosure in Palm Bay, was renovated through generous financial and in-kind donations. The 100 percent volunteer organization receives no government funding, depending on donations from individuals, groups and businesses to help care for the five children currently under Nana’s wings. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

The house, once a run-down foreclosure in Palm Bay, was renovated through generous financial and in-kind donations.  The 100 percent volunteer organization receives no government funding, depending on donations from individuals, groups and businesses to help care for the five children currently under Nana’s wings.

A newly opened thrift store, also made possible with donations and volunteer efforts, additionally helps to buy the constant stream of food, diapers, formula and other necessities. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

A newly opened thrift store, also made possible with donations and volunteer efforts, additionally helps to buy the constant stream of food, diapers, formula and other necessities.

Frodge believes God is constantly at her side as she works to grow Nana’s House. Everything seems to fall in place from divine intervention. For example, the house parents saw a newspaper story about Frodge and volunteered to help.

“I’m sure God sent them our way,” said Frodge. “Our house mother has a master’s degree from Florida Tech and is the perfect person to help these children flourish.”

Frodge knows all too well how great the need is. Eight siblings whose mom was too sick to care for them, the baby of a homeless woman, three children abandoned by their mother—the stories break her heart, but Frodge often has to say no because Nana’s House is constantly at capacity with children surrendered by their parents or guardians.

There is no room in Nana’s House now, but there soon will be some, as Frodge and the other volunteers prepare to launch Nana’s House II before 2012 ends. An additional five children will be housed in the new bungalow. Frodge has plans for Nana’s Complex, a gated community of seven individual cottage-style homes housing 40 children from infants to high school seniors.

“Our goal is not to have to turn neglected, abused, needy or abandoned children away because we do not have room,” said Frodge.

Frodge knows that extensive fundraising will be required for that dream to become reality. She is starting by encouraging the community to help sponsor the Nana’s House Building Fund banquet on Dec. 6, which will also raise awareness of the issue of neglected children in Brevard.

“The community needs to know what a serious problem we have,” said Frodge.

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE CENTRAL FLORIDA HUMANITARIANS

ABOVE VIDEO: Nana’s House is a group children’s home for neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children newborn – 11 years old. These children will be provided for in every manner. Our mission is to provide a safe, secure, loving home where these children can come and experience God’s love and healing.

ABOUT THE CENTRAL FLORIDA HUMANITARIAN AWARDS

The Central Florida Humanitarian Awards were created to recognize outstanding individuals and organizations that dedicate their Time, Talent or Treasure to help people in need locally – and around the world. 

This year, more than 30 deserving humanitarians will be honored during the Gala, which will be held Thursday, Nov. 2 at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place, with the festivities beginning at 6 p.m.

“Over the years, our editorial team has had the distinct honor and pleasure of identifying and featuring the many members of our community who give back so much and are dedicated to reaching out and helping others, here and throughout the world, in a multitude of ways,” said Space Coast Daily Editor-In-Chief Dr. Jim Palermo.

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“We remain firmly committed to identifying and telling those stories and providing a timely media platform to recognize Space Coast and Central Florida residents’ altruistic contributions on a regular basis in our magazines, as well as Space Coast Daily,” said Dr. Palermo.

FOR MORE INFORMATION or to make a nomination for the Central Florida Humanitarian Awards, call 321-615-8111 or e-mail Contact@SpaceCoastDaily.com

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