Alyssa Grace Divers, a sparkly firework, burst on to the scene February 25, 2002 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Brilliant and beautiful, Alyssa was a voracious reader who loved nature, dancing, singing, gymnastics, dolphins, horses and a good play on words.
A delightful child, clever beyond her years, she loved verbal parring and enjoyed pointing out errors in grammar (on signs in the hospital, for example,) or the oddities of language. Kind and gentle, with a heart of pu
If The Alyssa House has captured your heart the way Alyssa did ours, then we could use your help. We are eager to partner with those who understand extravagant welcome and gracious hospitality for a family in crises. Alyssa House can be found on Facebook and by emailing email@example.com Currently, Sojourners United Church of Christ has a working group meeting to establish the Alyssa House Advisory Board. Everything will be needed – from Board members eager to raise a
The Alyssa House, named for ten year old Alyssa Grace Divers, will be a hospitality house providing affordable housing to families of children in medical crises who are not from the local Charlottesville area but who are in active medical treatment. Plans are to open late Spring 2016. Alyssa Grace Divers was a fierce firework who radiated love and wit – and her love for dolphins, dance and books – but not in that order. Diagnosed with osteosarcoma just two weeks before her 9