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Wichita Egg Lady Benefiting Wichita's Littlest Heroes

NEW GIFS: Featuring Pediatric Patient Vinny

After Vinny's diagnosis, donations helped purchase a special vest that vibrates at a high frequency to help break up the mucus, from his cystic fibrosis, in his chest.

MARCH 2020

WICHITA'S LITTLEST HEROES: Trunk or Treat and Bravery Ball
“Until Vincent was diagnosed, sick is all we knew.”

We all have dreams for our future, the future of our children… All those thoughts and dreams you have built up can all change with one sentence. Everything you had planned all takes the backseat while your family comes together and battles the newfound challenges head-on...

JANUARY 2020

2019 Wichita Littlest Heroes Bravery Ball Saturday

The 2nd Annual Bravery Ball is this Saturday at the Kansas Aviation Museum. The Bravery Ball is an annual fundraiser for the non-profit organization Wichita’s Littlest Heroes.  The organization provides support for families and their children who are dealing with life-threatening medical conditions.

NOVEMBER 2019

Family, friends, firefighters gather to reveal Carson Hall bench

Carson Hall lived just down the street from Garden Grove Park on 32nd Avenue. He passed away at age six on Feb. 10, 2018 from complications involved with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, a form of brain cancer. Family, friends and members of the Hutchinson Fire Department gathered at the park Friday to surprise Carson’s mother, Lindsey Hall, and family with the new bench.

JUNE 2019

Help dries up for Wichita mom trying to give dying sons a new home

We first told you about Heather's wish to provide her sons with a new, more comfortable home on Mother's Day. "It's the last thing I can do for them, is make sure their time from now until the end is absolutely happy and filled with peace," she told KAKE News at the time.

JUNE 2019

Wichita's Littlest Heroes enjoy a Christmas celebration

For some families in our area, Christmastime can be rough as many deal with medical conditions year-round.But, thanks to Wichita's Littlest Heroes, hundreds of families were able to come together despite their worries. The group supports children who are battling diseases and other medical conditions.

DECEMBER 2018

Wichita Egg Lady Benefiting Wichita's Littlest Heroes
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The Mission of Wichita’s Littlest Heroes is to encourage and support our medically fragile children who are battling different life threatening medical conditions or diseases. We strive to be present for the whole family physically and emotionally while connecting them with as many free assistive resources as possible to make their journey a little easier and their load a little lighter. 

Campus, Derby work together for 'littlest heroes'

DERBY, Kan. Derby stayed undefeated with a 48-13 win against Campus Friday night. But the battle of the rivals on the field took a back seat to an effort for a good cause that brought the schools together.

OCTOBER 2018

2nd Annual Bravery Ball, KAKE News
Gorhams prepare for their son’s upcoming brain surgeries

Weighing only 17 pounds, 10-month-old William Gorham lay sleeping in the infant carrier sitting on the picnic table beside his mother and father, Travis and Jessica Gorham, as they watched their 1-year-old daughter Grace, play at Forest Park. "All he does is sleep anymore, because of all the meds he's on," Jessica said of William, who was born Aug. 1 in Parsons.

JUNE 2019

Melissa Jaquez has two sons with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

A mother has revealed how she was accused of burning her sons after a rare condition left them with 'butterfly skin'. Melissa Jaquez, of Wichita, Kansas, would often have police knocking on her door investigating whether she was abusing her children when their painful disorder left them unable to attend school.

JUNE 2019

Little Heroes With Lots of Heart

Newman University partnered with Wichita’s Littlest Heroes (WLH) Saturday, Feb. 10, to provide a fun day for children who are battling a life-threatening medical condition. The athletic department hosted a free breakfast and free basketball and cheerleading clinics for the little heroes and their families.

FEBRUARY 2018

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