About us

The Foundation

Quick Facts

1.

Funds Stay in Oklahoma
All funds raised in Oklahoma stay in Oklahoma so that families don’t have to leave the state to receive specialized care.

2.

Serving All 77 Counties
We serve children in all 77 counties, including out-of-state patients.

3.

Never Turn Away
No child is ever turned away, regardless of ability to pay.

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Our Miracle Kids

  • Atticus

    When Atticus’ mom was pregnant, she was told about two Breast Milk and Research studies by a friend. Intrigued, she signed up for both prior to Atticus’ birth. One study tracks growth by analyzing the milk and diet. The other study involves diet, timing of food consumption and milk compositions. The family is happy to be an active part of Continue…

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  • Oliver

    Within 24 hours of his birth, little Oliver was transferred from a local hospital to The Children’s Hospital due to low oxygen levels. Two days later, he was diagnosed with Tetrology of Fallot, which can effect oxygen flow and indicate a heart murmur. He stayed in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) for four days, then returned to the hospital Continue…

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  • Ashtyn

    Ashtyn Kendall Bloese was born in June 2011. When she was 18 months old, she was barely talking. Her concerned parents had her evaluated by a speech therapist who determined Ashtyn was at risk for Autism. Ashtyn began receiving speech therapy through SoonerStart and after a few weeks, Ashtyn’s speech improved and her vocabulary grew! She was later diagnosed with Continue…

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  • Zayne

    Zayne’s challenging journey started before he was born. His mother had severe complications throughout her pregnancy which placed her at high risk and on bedrest for three months. At 36 weeks, Zayne was delivered via emergency C-section. Shortly thereafter, he was diagnosed with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), a congenital heart defect. He sees his cardiologist often and open heart surgery Continue…

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