The Craig Brzezinski HOPE Foundation is named in honor of a loving husband and father who left earth on December 4, 2013 after courageously battling cancer. Survived by his wife and 4 young children, the Brzezinski family reached out to an organization called Wonders & Worries for help and healing during Craig’s illness. In the midst of pain and heartache, Wonders & Worries walked the path of healing with the Brzezinski children. Our goal is to support organizations like this one who come alongside children and families in their darkest moments to provide hope and support.

The Craig Brzezinski HOPE Foundation hosts the HOPE Golf Tournament yearly to raise funds to support the organization’s mission of supporting families in need. CBHF partners with local, respected non-profits involved in restoring children and families who have experienced a traumatic event.

Partnered Organizations

Helping Hand Home For Children

Since 1893, Helping Hand Home has transformed the lives of thousands of children by providing a nurturing and therapeutic home for those who have suffered unimaginable abuse and neglect. Through their nationally accredited programs, Helping Hand Home helps to protect and restore the lives of victimized children so that those without hope may reclaim their futures. For more information about Helping Hand Home for Children, please visit helpinghandhome.org.


Wonders & Worries

Wonders & Worries enables children and teenagers to reach their full potential even though their parent is facing a serious illness. Since 2001, Wonders & Worries has provided free, professional support that improves understanding, enhances communication, and builds coping skills during a parent’s illness. Through individual sessions, groups sessions and parenting classes, families thrive. We will, together. For more information, visit www.wondersandworries.org.


Some families that have been helped so far are...


The Seeley FAMILY 

Wife and mother of two, Teresa Seeley, is finding hope and courage after recently being diagnosed with Breast Cancer.


The Weikum Family

After a severe infection, Heather (wife and mother of two) had to have her legs amputated at the knee as well as her fingers.


The Mullen Family

Marshall, a foster then adopted child continues to overcome incredible odds after being diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer.

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