and Crys Aigner got in touch with us about there little girl. Her name is Alexa
and she was 2 at the time. She was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in December of
2005. She had been through rounds of chemo and her little body was weak. Her mother,
Crys, told us that they would take walks to the park near by to play, but now
that Alexa was sick the park was to far away. She asked if we could purchase one
of those big playgrounds for their backyard so that Alexa could have her own park.
We were honored by the family's request and met them at Toys R Us to pick out
the playground they wanted. Amy Schreiner went with us so the family could see
what she had done to help raise the money for them. Amy also got to see the impact
of what shaving her head and raising the funds could do for someone. It was a
wonderful time. We all cried tears of joy that day. It was so great to hold Alexa
and love on her. She is an amazing little girl. We will never forget that day
and how the love of everyone who has been apart of Shear Hope gave hope to Alexa
and her family.
Jeffrey and Molly Young
Aigners with Amy, their Hope Giver.
The Aigners and The Youngs.
and Alexa with matching bald heads!
to ToysRUs for their help!
out to see the swing set!
new swing set!