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june, 2024

14jun9:00 am3:00 pmWidows' Health & Wellbeing Day: A Vital Event in Winter Park

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Supporting the Widowed Community in Central Florida

Imagine the drastic shift from being a soccer mom and wife to becoming a widow overnight at the age of 35. This heart-wrenching reality is the inspiration behind the Modern Widows Club, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the needs of widows—a severely underserved and often overlooked population that has been growing, especially in the wake of the pandemic.

Widows’ Health & Wellbeing Day Event Details

On June 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Center for Health & Wellbeing in Winter Park will host Widows’ Health & Wellbeing Day, a comprehensive symposium aimed at providing holistic wellness support to over 120 widows. The event will feature workshops and resources tailored to the unique challenges faced by widows, offering them essential support and guidance.

Carolyn Moor: Advocate for Widows

Carolyn Moor, the founder of the Modern Widows Club, will be a key speaker at the event. As a passionate advocate for widow support, Carolyn Moor’s insights are invaluable. Her dedication to this cause has made her a beacon of hope for many widows navigating life after loss. With International Day of the Widow approaching on June 23, Carolyn Moor’s perspective is both timely and essential.

Why Attend Widows’ Health & Wellbeing Day?

Central Florida Lifestyle invites you to attend this significant event. It’s an excellent opportunity to:

  • Hear directly from Carolyn Moor about the pressing issues widows face.
  • Learn practical tips for supporting widows in your community.
  • Discover free resources and support groups available in Central Florida.

Important Statistics About Widowhood

  • There are over 12 million widows in the U.S., with approximately 2,800 new widows every day.
  • The average age of widowhood in the U.S. is 59.
  • Florida ranks fourth in the U.S. for the highest per capita number of widows, with 914,000 in total. Orange County is home to 36,500 widows, and the City of Orlando accounts for 7,596.

Join Us at Widows’ Health & Wellbeing Day

We are excited to share this important story with you and look forward to your participation in the symposium. Your coverage can help bring much-needed attention to this often overlooked community.

Mark your calendar for June 14 and join us at the Center for Health & Wellbeing in Winter Park for Widows’ Health & Wellbeing Day. Together, we can support and uplift the widowed community in Central Florida.



(Friday) 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Center for Health and Wellbeing

2005 Mizell Ave #800, Winter Park, FL 32792

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