Supported Organization: Shriner’s Hospital for Children

Shriner's Hospital for Children

Shriners Hospital for Children, Salt Lake City

Gabe’s Story

Alissa’s Story

Adrian’s Story

Shriner's HospitalAdrian is a young man born with spina bifida. He wants to be a chef so he is working in the kitchen for his occupational therapy. He also rides his adaptive bike and has recently taken up skiing. Read more…

Lily’s Story

LilyLily is one of the patient ambassadors for the hospital. She has a very outgoing personality and loves nothing better than to get her hands on a microphone. She entertains her family and friends and has learned to dance in her wheelchair. She also rides an adaptive bike and was recently featured in a Shriner’s TV commercial. Read more…

Myiles’s Story

Myiles has congenital muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair since he was fifteen months old. The picture of Myiles shows him as a very dapper young man in a fedora, long sleeve dress shirt, and a color coordinated tie. Read more…

 

 

Zoey’s Story

Next we learned about Zoey. She is shown with Dr. Kristen Carroll, Chief of Staff at the Hospital. Dr. Carroll is wearing a tee shirt emblazoned with #cutthebull. That is the Shriners program to curtail harassment of children. Children with handicaps are twice as likely to experience hazing and ridicule. Read more…

Kristin Liszkowski, Associate Director of Development
1275 E Fairfax Road
Salt Lake City, UT  84103

kliszkowski@shrinenet.org
801-536-3812

Shriners Hospitals International, Donor Relations
donorrelations@shrinenet.org
844-739-0849