National Day of Remembrance

            SAVE THE DATE

The Eighth Annual National Day of Remembrance

Thursday September 25, 2014  9AM to 11AM

Mayor Carl T. Langford Park 1808 E. Central Blvd. Orlando 32803

Orlando's eighth observance of the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims will be celebrated on Thursday, September 25, 2014. Participants will once again write a personal message to their loved one on a purple ribbon at the beginning of the ceremony and then tie it on our tree at the conclusion. Ribbons will remain on the tree for 30 days.  

We will post our speaker as we get closer to the date of the event.  Our tree, a sturdy young live oak tree, was dedicated in 2007 to honor the memories of Central Florida's murder victims and to recognize the impact on the surviving family members. 

We would like to thank everyone that attended last year and hope to see you again this year. Whether you came because you are a survivor or to offer support for those who are, you are what makes this Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims such a special ceremony. 

Sponsored by the Bereaved Survivors of Homicide, Orange County Sheriff's Office, Victim Advocate Squad and A Stable Life Counseling Services, (Supported by the Debbie Fielding Memorial Fund) laurie.mckenna@ocfl.net )

SAVE THE DATE:   Debbie Fielding Golf Tournament  

The Debbie Fielding Golf Tournament will be held Monday September 8, 2014.  This, the 15th golf tournament, will be the last so let's make it a huge success.  Money raised at these tournaments supports the BSH Scholarship Fund which has seen many homicide survivors rebuild their lives through education.  More information about the golf tournament will be forthcoming.