Brave Warrior Project

Warriors

Our Why

Brave Little Warriors
 

 There are many Brave Warriors from our small town communities that have received their Angel Wings. They        may be gone but never forgotten.   

There are many Brave Warriors from our small town communities that have received their Angel Wings. They        may be gone but never forgotten.   


Brave Warrior Dani

 Diagnosed with an aggressive Fibromatosis, or Desmoid tumor, in her head and right mandible when she was 2; she's now 8 years old. This is a rare and hard to treat diagnosis. She has undergone multiple procedures related to this including chemotherapy and 3 major surgeries attempting to remove her tumor. Dani had this tumor removed last year and is thriving!

Diagnosed with an aggressive Fibromatosis, or Desmoid tumor, in her head and right mandible when she was 2; she's now 8 years old. This is a rare and hard to treat diagnosis. She has undergone multiple procedures related to this including chemotherapy and 3 major surgeries attempting to remove her tumor. Dani had this tumor removed last year and is thriving!

Brave Warrior Mac

 Mac was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma at 12 years old in 2012.  Mac was the first recipient of the Santa Photo Fundraiser. He spent 9 months over at Seattle Children's.  Mac is currently a Junior.  

Mac was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma at 12 years old in 2012.  Mac was the first recipient of the Santa Photo Fundraiser. He spent 9 months over at Seattle Children's.  Mac is currently a Junior.  


Brave Warrior Nate

 Little Nate has Prune Belly Syndrome. This is a rare genetic birth defect affecting 1 in 40,000 babies. While Nate was in the womb he had a bladder obstruction which caused kidney damage. At this time, because kidney damage cannot be reversed, Nate’s kidney functioning will be closely monitored with frequent trips to Seattle Children’s. He will likely need a kidney transplant in the future.  PC: Jacqueline Stonas

Little Nate has Prune Belly Syndrome. This is a rare genetic birth defect affecting 1 in 40,000 babies. While Nate was in the womb he had a bladder obstruction which caused kidney damage. At this time, because kidney damage cannot be reversed, Nate’s kidney functioning will be closely monitored with frequent trips to Seattle Children’s. He will likely need a kidney transplant in the future.

PC: Jacqueline Stonas

Brave Warrior Drew

 Drew was diagnosed with T cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia diagnosed at age 5.

Drew was diagnosed with T cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia diagnosed at age 5.


Brave Warrior Brandon

 Brandon was diagnosed with ALL, Acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 3 1/2. He spent 6 months over at Seattle Children's the first time and at age 8 Brandon relapsed. He spent 11 months over at Seattle Childrens the second time.

Brandon was diagnosed with ALL, Acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 3 1/2. He spent 6 months over at Seattle Children's the first time and at age 8 Brandon relapsed. He spent 11 months over at Seattle Childrens the second time.

Brave Warrior Parker

 Parker was 13 years old when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma September 1, the day before school started.

Parker was 13 years old when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma September 1, the day before school started.

 

Testimonials
 

 

 
 
The Brave Warrior Project is such an asset to our community. Not only does it understand the needs of special children, but it develops mutually beneficial partnerships between families and community members and organizations
— Beth Florea
 
 

 
 
The Brave Warrior Project helped our family with medical expenses, as well as gas and hotel expenses. It was a true blessing to have the love and support from our community
— Amy Smith
 
 

 
 
I just want to say how much I appreciate having a support group available to me! It has given me the opportunity to speak with other parents who are going through, or have gone through a similar experience with their child and really connect
— Stacy Peterson