Covey’s Legacy

Named for Covey Hopewell, the purpose of Covey’s Legacy is to support organizations that help children with special needs or who are struggling in other ways. We have selected organizations that are important to the Rainy Day family. We pledge to donate a portion of our revenue to these organizations.

We will also match your donation to the charity or as a discount on your invoice (up to $50).

Inspired by: Covey Hopewell

Who we are donating to:

Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST) is committed to bringing life-changing treatments to clinical trial within two years.

Covey Hopewell (left) was born with Angelman Syndrome. He is the oldest child of John and Diane Hopewell. His sister, Lucy, also has Angelman Syndrome. He was a wonderful, sweet boy full of energy and love. Tragically, Covey passed away on July 4, 2016 at the age of 11.

Angelman syndrome (AS) is a rare neuro-genetic disorder that occurs in 1 in 15,000 live births. Angelman syndrome is often misdiagnosed as cerebral palsy or autism due to lack of awareness. Characteristics of the disorder include developmental delay, lack of speech, seizures, and walking and balance disorders. Individuals with Angelman syndrome will require life-long care.

Inspired by: Christian Tyler

Who we are donating to:

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.

Christian Tyler is the youngest son of Wendy and Bruce Tyler, and cousin of John and Josh Hopewell. He was an artist and budding filmmaker. He loved his family. He also struggled with depression and eventually lost that battle on August 26, 2016 shortly before his 16th birthday.

Inspired by: Emily Hopewell

Who we are donating to:

Ear Community helps children and adults with microtia and atresia receive emotional support, obtain hearing devices. It also helps with travel costs toward surgery and awards college scholarships.

Emily Hopewell, adopted daughter of Josh and Jeni Hopewell, was born with microtia (under developed ear), atresia (no ear canal), hemifacial microsomia (under developed jaw) and a cleft palate. She has undergone 2 surgeries and will require additional surgeries and therapies throughout her life.

Inspired by: Grace Hopewell

Who we are donating to:

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital treats children with orthopedic conditions, such as scoliosis, clubfoot, hand disorders, hip disorders and limb length differences, as well as sports injuries, and certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia.

Grace Hopewell, adopted daughter of Josh and Jeni Hopewell, was born with a form of spina bifida (lipomyelomeningocele, diastematomyelia and tight filum terminale) and has developed tethered cord syndrome (TCS). She has had multiple spinal cord surgeries and will eventually need more.

Please help us in our efforts to bless the lives of children with special needs and other challenges. For every dollar you donate, we will match your donation (either to the charity itself or as a discount on your invoice, up to $50).

Please note: the links are to the websites of the individual charities and your donations will be made directly to them.