If you’ve ever wondered whether your support of A Kid Again makes a difference, I’m here to tell you it does. My name is Megan and I’m Ryan’s mom.
Ryan is 9 years old and, to put it simply, he’s been dealing with a rare seizure disorder called CDKL5 since he was 8 months old.
It’s easy to feel isolated when you’re caring for a child with a complex medical diagnosis and Adventures give our family two incredibly important gifts: the gift of community and the gift of memories.
Your support this year is more important than ever. COVID-19 presents challenges for everyone, but for a family with a medically compromised family member, the risks are even higher. A Kid Again families need Adventure (even if it’s virtual!) more than we ever have before. It’s amazing what technology has allowed us in an otherwise bleak time.
So as 2020 comes to a close, A Kid Again has set a goal to raise $50,000 before the new year to bring the joy of Adventures to more families like ours.
Whether you can give $5 or $500 – your donation makes a difference
“It’s easy to feel isolated when you’re caring for a child with a complex medical diagnosis and Adventures give our family two incredibly important gifts: the gift of community and the gift of memories.”
– Ryan’s Mother, Megan
Time is something that money cannot buy. At A Kid Again we strive to provide robust volunteer opportunities that are fun-filled and kid-centric. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who enjoy adventure and have a heart for serving others.
Your generosity will help thousands of kids living with a life-threatening illness receive the gift of hope, happiness, and healing in the time they need it most. Please donate today and help us fuel the adventure. You can have an impact on kids and families who truly need it.
Through Peer to Peer fundraising, you can invite your family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers to support children who are living with a life-threatening condition. It’s easy. Donate your birthday, run a race, or host a special event to fuel the adventure and give illness a time out.