Ainsley's Angels of America is super excited to be spreading awareness and smiles through activism and education!
Jorden was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at 4 months old. It was an aggressive tumor, near his spine and heart. After nearly a year of chemo/radiation Jorden was declared cancer free, however, he has never been able to walk and is in a wheelchair, other than that he is in pretty good health.
I have noticed that Jorden is obviously getting heavier, he's almost 90 pounds. He will be 13 this month. We believe a Blade II would be better for our runs. Also, the Tupelo Luncheon Civitan Club has strollers that are used to allow handicapped kids to be pushed in various runs. We would also let the Civitan Club use the Blade II for their runs.
Please help us make this dream come true! YES, YOU CAN...donate to 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 the word of 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
3. Lastly, we invite you to enjoy this amazing video and subscribe to our YouTube channel!