FLORIDA

Katie Herron

  co-founder

Katie Herron grew up in a small town in the great state of Louisiana. She met her husband, Brock, when she took a huge leap of faith and moved to Chattanooga, TN. What a great adventure they have been on since! Now, they live in South Florida and have joined a local church where Katie met Jessica.  Together, their hearts have birthed this non-profit. Katie and Brock's son, Waylon, was born at 32 weeks through spontaneous labor which rocked their world. Waylon spent two months in the NICU where they dealt with breathing issues as he was learning how to suck, swallow, and breathe. Once Waylon was home, he still continued to struggle with sucking, swallowing, and breathing which caused it to be difficult to breastfeed. Katie was forced into the "Exclusively Pumping Mama" club, so Waylon fed with a preemie nipple to help with breathing during feedings until he learned this motor skill. After four and a half months of struggling, he finally learned and is now a thriving brilliant little boy. 

When Waylon was seven months old, Katie and Brock found out that they were pregnant again, and they were thrilled! Six weeks into the pregnancy, she experienced a devastating miscarriage. Shattered, mourning, broken, and feeling hopeless, she felt like she would never be able to have her heart healed of this terrible hurt ….but God! By sharing her story, surrounding herself with Godly people, and hanging onto God Himself, she has been able to gain healing. Since her miscarriage in 2015, she and her husband have been praying and waiting for their rainbow baby. They have experienced the NICU, miscarriage, and now infertility. They still believe God will make 'all' things work together for GOOD! Her desire is to see a community of women join together,  love on one another, and help other women get through some of the toughest times in their lives.

"Carry one another's burdens; and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." - Galatians 6: 2

Jessica Vizecky

co-founder

Jessica Vizecky

co-founder

jessica@evesvictory.com

jessica@evesvictory.com

jessica@evesvictory.com

Jessica, a Pennsylvania native, relocated to South Florida in June 2009 where she met her husband, Matt, in 2011. By May 2013, they were married.  After 2 and a half years of marriage,  they found out they were expecting a child and would be due in February 2016.  After 6 weeks of pregnancy, Jessica learned that she had miscarried the baby.  Heartbroken but fully aware of God's mercy, promises, and power, Jessica and Matt knew that God would bless them with another child. After five months of fervent prayer and worship, they found out they were expecting their rainbow baby, Keegan.  Keegan was born at 37 weeks in June 2016.  The day after delivery, Keegan was sent to the NICU at St. Mary's Hospital where he spent 12 days.  Keegan, to this day, is being monitored for kidney re-flux.  

Two miscarriages later and a NICU stay, Jessica prayed that God would redeem her pain and birth something new from it.  In the middle of prayer one morning, God put NICU Care Packages on her heart, and she couldn't wait to share it with her friend, Katie, who had also experienced the same heartache as her.  Together they founded Eve's Victory. 

Jessica has made it her mission to come alongside and encourage other women walking through the same battles that she once faced and has now conquered, not by her own strength but with the help of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

2 Corinthians 12:8-10 

Jessica, a Pennsylvania native, relocated to South Florida in June 2009 where she met her husband, Matt, in 2011. By May 2013, they were married.  After 2 and a half years of marriage,  they found out they were expecting a child and would be due in February 2016.  After 6 weeks of pregnancy, Jessica learned that she had miscarried the baby.  Heartbroken but fully aware of God's mercy, promises, and power, Jessica and Matt knew that God would bless them with another child. After five months of fervent prayer and worship, they found out they were expecting their rainbow baby, Keegan.  Keegan was born at 37 weeks in June 2016.  The day after delivery, Keegan was sent to the NICU at St. Mary's Hospital where he spent 12 days.  Keegan, to this day, is being monitored for kidney re-flux.  

Two miscarriages later and a NICU stay, Jessica prayed that God would redeem her pain and birth something new from it.  In the middle of prayer one morning, God put NICU Care Packages on her heart, and she couldn't wait to share it with her friend, Katie, who had also experienced the same heartache as her.  Together they founded Eve's Victory. 

Jessica has made it her mission to come alongside and encourage other women walking through the same battles that she once faced and has now conquered, not by her own strength but with the help of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

2 Corinthians 12:8-10 

Megan Ganim grew up as a local Floridian. She has two children from a previous marriage, Bentley who

is 7, and Alexis who is 4. Megan and her husband Greg started out as friends, and as time passed, their

relationship grew stronger, then started dating in 2017 and were married in October of 2018. They

found out that in April of 2019 they were expecting, but at Megan’s 13-week ultrasound, they were told

that their baby had no heartbeat, and was only measuring at 11 weeks. Trying to figure out why this

happened to her, Megan was very distant and sad.

A dear friend of Megan’s was determined to help her feel better and brought Megan a miscarriage care

package from Eve’s Victory. Although the news was devastating and Megan was reluctant to even get

out of her house, her friend let her know that the care package she had given her was from a charity

that was local, and they were packing more care packages for a local hospital and asked Megan if she

wanted to go and pack these care packages with her. If not for her friend, she wouldn’t have met these

two other amazing women. When Megan met Jessica and Katie and learned more about Eve’s Victory,

and knew that because of the care package that she received from her friend from Eve’s Victory that she

was meant to help other women who have suffered a loss of any kind.

Megan and Greg have had many discussions, not only between the two of them, but have also prayed to

the Lord about a decision to not try for another baby, but instead weigh their options about adopting.

There are millions of children of all ages that do not have a place to call home and if they could give just

one of them a home and make a difference in that child’s life, than that’s what they will do. Megan

believes that GOD will never give you more than you can handle, and that he has a plan for all of us.

“For I know the plan I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans

to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Megan Ganim

Hospital Coordinator

CONTACT INFO

Address: P.O. Box 212756

RPB, FL 33421

Email:  contactus@evesvictory.com

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EVE'S VICTORY IS A REGISTERED 501C3  NON-PROFIT      EIN#: 82-2162806

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