Join us for a Night of Joy, Dancing, and Hope!

Last year’s Retro Revolution was a great success as we all danced the night away to music from our younger days provided by Le Freak, the band praised by John Travolta as “The Greatest Disco Band in the World.”

More than half of the attendees dressed in their flashiest disco era attire and those who didn’t promised to go “all out” in 2022. August is coming and The Retro 2.0 will be even more amazing, colorful, and fun than 2021.This is our mission.

This is our purpose. Hope.

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Benefiting

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Archway of Hope is a nonprofit organization that offers help and hope to people who have lost someone too early. The un-timely loss of a loved one is devastating and traumatic. There is no way to prepare, and people quickly find themselves in the unfamiliar world of extraordinary grief.

This is where Archway comes in. We have been there, and we want to help!

Archway of Hope offers resources for coping with grief and the many challenges that accompany such great loss. We pay special attention to grieving families as they face painful milestones. We strive to offer hope in a community that understands, and we find ways to help honor and remember the ones who left this world too soon.

An “arch” is a curved structure that reaches across an opening and typically supports weight.  Our organization wants to reach across the broken gap and help support the weight of great loss. The team at Archway intimately knows that bereaved families and friends need hope. Our blogs, resources, tributes, and legacy videos are designed to provide people with a glimpse of hope that life can one day be good again. We desire to use our journey and personal knowledge of grief, along with many other resources, to assist in meeting the needs of others who have found themselves walking the unwelcome path of losing someone too early.  Join with us as we span the gap!

A showing of a documentary for Retro Revolution

Documentary Series

Archway tells stories of Life, Loss, and Hope. Our first documentary, Rhett's Story, debuted in March of 2022. Through the power of shared experiences, Archway works to help grieving people know that life is still possible, even after suffering a tragic loss. Cordelia's Story (Cordelia Sloan) is currently in production and should be available in early Fall. Future documentaries are being considered as funding makes them possible. Please consider partnering with Archway to bring these stories of Hope to life.

Thank you to our Sponsors

Peace, Love and Disco

Presenting Sponsor

TFNB Your Bank for Life

Later Days

Legacy Sponsor

Rocket is a Retro Revolution sponsor

Brick House

Band Sponsor

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