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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Malia | Neuroblastoma | Massachusetts

Malia is 4 years young and loves horror movies, pony rides, soccer and Disney. She is everything innocent, brave and beautiful. Malia was diagnosed with stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer, a few months shy of her third birthday. Her tumor was found next to her kidney and […]

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Everett | Ventricular Septal Defect | Colorado

Everett is one month old and is fighting ventricular septal defect, a heart defect found in infants. Everett has a hole between the two lower chambers of his heart. Due to the hole, Everett may have many complications throughout his life. One complication he has developed is the early stages of heart failure. Everett’s family […]

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Reef | A.L.L. | South Africa but residing in California

Meet Reef the magnificent. Reef was diagnosed with A.L.L. leukemia at five months old in South Africa. He {bravely} underwent an extensive chemotherapy protocol and a bone marrow transplant. Reef’s family then traveled to California in order to get their baby boy the best treatment. Following his bone marrow transplant, Reef was diagnosed with severe […]

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Introducing you to Team Ben-G and Tiny Sparrow Angels

…four weeks from today thirty (30) runners will have traveled from within all points of the United States to join together to run for {hope} and with {hope} for the Tiny Sparrow Foundation in the San Antonio Rock-N-Marathon.  Each runner has not only spent the last year training but also raising funds to help serve […]

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Meet Angela | Creative Director

We are excited to announce Angela Weedon has joined the Board of Directors for Tiny Sparrow Foundation. Angela will be assisting the Foundation as its Creative Director. Angela Weedon and her husband Matt have run a successful Dallas-based portrait studio, Weedon Photography, for over twelve years.  In their “former lives” they worked around the world […]

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