Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center: Life and Hope for Children

Shiver Hamilton had the pleasure of spending time with some amazing staff members & youths at Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center. Founded over 80 years ago, Murphy-Harpst serves as a sanctuary for children who’ve experienced abuse, neglect and repeated foster home placements.

In effort to support such a great non-profit organization, Shiver Hamilton sponsored a charity event with a petting zoo, and a food truck that provided delicious food and fresh smoothies. As a part of their ‘Animal Week’ at the facility, the children were excited and very eager for the petting zoo animals to arrive.

Our families got to interact with the children & staff under the picnic gazebo and playground area. The children joined in a game of volleyball and fun swimming activities. They were friendly and tremendously thankful for our time and support. We are humbled and glad to have contributed to these children’s rehabilitation and recovery process.

We hope that you will take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Murphy-Harpst mission and how you can help make a difference in the lives of the children they serve.




Shiver Hamilton Goes to Bat for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

As a thank you for your friendship, we gave away a set of 4 tickets to join us and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at the 2014 Kauffman Tire Spring Baseball Classic for Kids on Tuesday, May 13th at Turner Field. Those who received tickets to the event were entered into a raffle to win an Atlanta Braves jersey, autographed by a member of the team.

More about the Kauffman Tire Spring Baseball Classic for Kids:

The Kauffman Tire Spring Classic for Kids is one of CHOA’s largest fundraising events. More than 20,000 tickets are sold annually, making it one of the biggest college baseball games of the year. Proceeds from the event will be used to meet CHOA’s goal of $180,000 for operating expenses for the hospital’s intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system, used to treat children with brain tumors and other neurological conditions, such as epilepsy.