Welcome to Noah's Page
Please Support Me!
I've become a Children Health Foundation Agent. This year for my birthday I want to raise $750 to give back in honour of all the love I got on my birth day. I am here today becasue of the life saving equipment that was available to me when I was born so now I am on a Miracle Mission to take back kids' health from sickness and injury!
For those of you that don't know I was born with a Congential Heart Defect called Transposition of the Great Arteries. Thanks to my wonderful brith nurse this was detected very quickly after my birth and at just a few short hours old I had a life saving procedure. They Actually went up through my umbilical cord with a long wire and inflated a balloon through my tini tiny heart so that my blood and oxygen could mix properly. I stayed in the London NICU for 8 days and slowly became stable enough that I could fly to Toronto. On Day 10 of my life I had open heart surgery to switch my Aorta and Pulmonary artieries. Now here I am today a happy strong almost 2 year old.
Through my entire journey I recieved AMAZING Care and now I want to give back so others can too.
Please help me save and improve the lives of kids who rely on Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre.
Your donation to my mission will support specialized paediatric patient care, programs, services and equipment.
Lots of Love
Noah AKA HeartWarrior
Did You Know:
- 90% of the equipment at Children's Hospital is funded by donors
- Each year, over 117,000 patient visits take place at Children’s Hospital
- Over 857 babies are cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Some children must travel from as far as Thunder Bay (over 800km!) to be treated at Children's Hospital
Please sponsor me and help save and improve kids' lives!
About Miracle Mission
Miracle Mission is a fundraising initiative, organized by Children's Health Foundation, where community members of all ages, and businesses of all sizes come together to raise funds to help kids at Children's Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre.
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