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    Thank you, Eshelman Foundation

    The Eshelman Foundation has once again awarded Welcome Home Angel with a grant of $50,000 towards its mission to bring joy to children in the Wilmington region with significant health or life altering conditions and relief to their families by creating happier and more functional living spaces. “We are excited...

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    Gabby

    Gabby is eight years old and is one of the 22 new children each year in New Hanover County who are diagnosed with cancer. She was diagnosed with Lymphoblastic Leukemia at age six, followed by six months of intense chemotherapy, causing her to lose her hair, become very ill, and...

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  • ava

    Ava

    Ava is a smart and independent teenager with spina bifida. Her parents, Jvanete and Matt, purchased their home because it already had some accessible features that would allow Ava to be more independent, including an accessible play room and bathroom on one side of the house. However, Ava\'s master...

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  • mia

    Mia

    Mia is a spunky ten-year-old girl with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy, which means she has multiple small seizures every day. This has caused her to have difficulty with intellectual development and motor development. She can walk, but only with the help of her mom, Kelly. Mia\'s...

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