Please join us on April 11th as Noelle Moore shares with us her personal story of tragedy she went through that ultimately ended in her starting The Finley Project. A nonprofit organization, The Finley Project is aimed at providing the type of support Nicole wishes she’d had when she lost her daughter Finley—support that begins before the mother leaves the hospital and continues as long as it is needed.
Noelle Moore is Board President of the Winter Park YMCA and is a founding member of the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Resource Network of Central Florida (PILRN). She is a Grief-Share facilitator and an active member Rotary Club of Lake Mary. Noelle was awarded Art of Compassion Award by the Pay It Forward Organization in 2018, the Paula Hawkins Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019 and led The Finley Project to win the 2017 and 2018 Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Ovations Award. April 2020, Noelle was awarded Orlando Family Magazine, Top 15 Super Women Award. Most recently, Noelle was featured in People Magazine as well as Forbes Magazine.
As an Orangewood Christian School and Rollins College Alum, Noelle has a heart to make Central Florida a more equipped place to handle infant loss and families experiencing the unimageable, the loss of an infant.
In 2013, Noelle experienced the unimaginable, the death of her daughter Finley as a result of medical malpractice. When Finley died, Noelle struggled to find where to go or what to do next. Noelle knew she had to do something, so she founded the nation’s only 7- Part Holistic Program helping mothers after infant loss, The Finley Project.
To date, The Finley Project has enrolled and supported over 450 families. The Finley Project is recognized across the country as an innovator in the Bereavement space because of its one-of-a-kind 7- Part Holistic Support Model.