January 28, 2019

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) — It’s one of the most cherished moments for a mother. But for some soon-to-be moms that joy can turn into heartbreak in an instant. One in four women loses a baby through a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. [Here} is the story of a woman who used her heartbreak to heal others.

January 10, 2019

The Finley Project is the recipient of the Ivanhoe People Power Award for 2018. Ivanhoe is a national news organization that produces television reports covering medical breakthroughs, family health and consumer tips for women that are broadcast by TV Stations across the country.



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The Ovations 2018 Fan Favorites


The Finley Project received the 2018 Best Non-Profit/Charity Award by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce through the Fan Favorite Ovations Award. The fans voted and The Finley Project is honored to receive this incredible award.

November December 2017

Get to know the local parents who have turned heartache into hope by establishing local nonprofit organizations to help families.

December 5

A special day for audiobook authors and their listeners. Audiobook Downloads and Charity Fundraising All-in-One

May 19

A Central Florida woman created a seven-step holistic program to deal with infant loss after discovering a lack of resources following her personal experience with devastating grief.

April 3

Listen to this Everyday Woman interview as Noelle tells her how her grief turned to hope and a desire to help others suffering the same type of loss. Truly a story of God's redemption!


Best Local Non-Profit/Charity



November-December (pg 10-11)

In our lives, there are people that set change in motion. They’re catalysts for new ideas, and they are woven into moments that become a part of us. Often, physicians are these change-makers for patients. But, sometimes, a patient brings equally great significance and new meaning to medicine.

May 8

You know her. She is a daughter, sister, wife, friend, aunt, co-worker. She is a mother. Without her child.

April 30

Elaine and Trenise are joined by founder of The Finley Project, Noellle Moore as she talks about how her organization is helping mothers who have lost their babies.


After the death of her newborn, Moore founded The Finley Project to provide assistance to grieving moms.

January 25

Mom's viral post about stillbirth prompts help from local nonprofit.

January 18

At Orlando Health, residents learn how to break bad news during interactions with professional actors.



From tragedy comes a program to help mothers heal.