• Helping parents focus on what is most important
  • Offering hope to the hurting parents of sick or injured children
  • Comforting others as we have been comforted
About Us

Ansley’s Rainbows of Hope was founded in 2014 by Robert and Nancy Gearhart in honor and memory of their daughter, Ansley Lynn.

The organization hopes to ease the financial burden experienced by families with chronically ill or injured children receiving acute care and offer them Christian love and hope.


"We can't thank Ansley's Rainbows of Hope enough for all of their generosity and kindness. They have blessed us beyond belief and we are so grateful for wonderful people like them." ~Sophie's Mom

"I will never forget everything Ansley's Rainbows of Hope did for my family." ~Trey's Mom

"I was having issues with the battery in my truck and the AC, and I was worried about bringing Rebecca home after open heart surgery in it. They worked with a local automotive shop to fix my truck and made it safe to drive again.  They were a true blessing." ~Rebecca's Mom

Get Involved

The families of critically ill and/or injured children need our love. Please use the comment section if you would like to sponsor Ansley’s Rainbows of Hope gift baskets.

To bless the children, we would love to give them small pillows, pillow cases or prayer blankets. If you know how to sew or quilt, and would like to help, please fill out the comment section and let us know.

Upcoming Events

A HUGE thank you to Texas Roadhouse in Pooler for holding a VIP night March 26th benefiting Ansley's Rainbows of Hope! We had a great turnout and are looking forward to the BIG check presentation March 30th at noon! Come join us if you are out and about.

We are selling gorgeous Czech crystal bracelets for a $10 donation. They were custom made for Ansley's Rainbows of Hope. They are one size fits all. For more information, click on the Donate tab.

Would your business be willing to hold a fundraiser for us? Contact Nancy if so!



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