Victory Flows' mission is to give people with disabilities and their families opportunities to experience activities, fellowship, community, relief, and fun in a Christ-centered environment.
Who are we
Victory Flows is a vision, passion and dream for Cheryl Hood to follow God's will in her life. Blessed with a love for families and individuals affected by disabilities, it is the goal to provide Fun and Freedom to this wonderful community, all while honoring and glorifying Christ as His servants to others.
What We Do
While many wonderful organizations offer support and care to those living with a disability, Victory Flows also desires to give a fun-filled day not only to those with a disability, but also bless their, siblings, parents and those significant caregivers with a day of respite.
It’s this unique and different emphasis that sets Victory Flows apart from other organizations.
Victory Flows provides “Fun and Freedom” events several times a year for the entire family. We provide a way for families to connect, be nurtured, and enjoy themselves. We give parents and caregivers time to rest and rejuvenate, meet others walking a similar journey, laugh, enjoy an uninterrupted meal, create, be entertained, be pampered, and be celebrated for all they are doing in their children’s lives. Siblings get the opportunity to spend time and bond with other siblings who can relate to their circumstances because they “get it”.
For our special friends, we provide the experience of fun! Each child can participate in activities like swimming, painting and bounce houses, to horseback riding and dancing. No event is complete without the fully inclusive talent show at the end of every Fun and Freedom Day. We strive to create new opportunities that break the mold on what someone living with a disability can do.
In addition, Victory Flows hosts frequent Family Fun Days at unique locations. We encourage and support family togetherness while supporting you with volunteers on-site at locations such as a farm, golf, indoor skydiving and more.
We strive to create new opportunities that break the mold on what someone living with a disability can do.