Ainsley's Angels of America is super excited to be spreading awareness and smiles through activism and education!
Any help you can give is most appreciated. Consider passing this along to everyone you know and let’s help Brynn get out and go for a bicycle ride!
Enjoy this special message from her Dad, Jason:
Hello, please meet Brynn. Brynn emanates light to anyone nearby. Her smile and laugh are so infectious that you can't help but feel happy in her presence.
She started her life in an extremely hard way, hooked to incredibly invasive medical devices, lines, medications, and full life support secondary to pulmonary hypertension. She required being connected to an Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygen (ECMO) machine and lived in Phoenix Children's Hospital NICU for over a month fighting for her life. In the year 2000, ECMO was still a groundbreaking medical intervention as it was utilized in fewer than 100 patients per year. It ultimately saved her life but had detrimental secondary effects on her brain.
Brynn was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when she left the NICU. Brynn has had many difficult years of occupational, speech and physical therapy, numerous appointments with pediatric medical specialists, and has endured several surgeries on her legs, feet and eyes, and has outgrown several thousand dollars worth of orthopedic braces and wheelchairs.
But this has never held Brynn back, she has been a fighter and survivor since birth. One of the most favorite things Brynn loves is being outside and going for walks and jogs in her Freedom Push Chair.
Brynn’s face lights up when she is cruising along in her Freedom Push Chair and says thank you to whoever is pushing her a million times during her outing and after. When Brynn participates in outdoor activities she gets to experience her disability disappearing and the freedom to be without her limitations.
Brynn is wanting to step up her game and go for bike rides. She has never been out on a bike ride with her family. And as you can imagine it is a challenge for Brynn to participate in outdoor activities. Brynn’s Freedom Push Chair is not designed or is safe to be pulled by a bicycle so she can go for a bicycle ride. Any help you can give is most appreciated and please pass this along to everyone you know and let’s help Brynn get out and go for a bicycle ride!
Together, WE Shall ensure this becomes a reality! Click the pink button in the upper right of this page or email:
Info@AinsleysAngels.org for a link to make a donation using PayPal and/or for a mailing address should you prefer to donate by check. We will ensure all donations appear on this page as off-line donations and any funds that exceed the goal, will go to aid in execution of the Ainsley's Angels of America mission!
Another way to help, is to spread our message and efforts:
1. Visit www.AinsleysAngels.org to purchase the children’s book, Born an Angel, written by Ainsley’s then 11-year old sister and donate it to a local elementary school library!
2. Follow us on Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter: @ainsleys_angels
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Additionally, all contributions to are TAX DEDUCTIBLE under section 170 of the IRS Code, as Ainsley’s Angels is qualified to receive tax-deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. Our tax ID is EIN 45-3576353 and our IRS tax exemption ID (DLN) is 17053067330003. Of note, all donations through this page will receive a Donation Receipt from Crowdrise for upon donating and all goal overages will aid Ainsley’s Angels in mission execution!