Luke Spond

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Luke is our sweet, fun, and loving 3-year-old son who enjoys being in the company of others, especially his family and familiar friends. Luke loves reading board books, hiking in a stroller, and swinging at the local park. He also enjoys playing musical instruments and the smile on his face after an accomplishment is priceless!… Read more »

Dylan Gringas

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My name is Dylan Gingras. I am 5 years old. I am in Pre-Kindergarten at Valley Christian Academy. I was adopted from the foster system, with my 2 younger brothers, when I was 2 years old.  I am a very smart, active, outgoing and loving little boy. I love to ride my bike, read, draw,… Read more »

Robbie Clason

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I would love for you to meet Robbie.  My son, Robbie, is a 13 yr old boy from Lolo, Montana. In 2003 at about 6 months of age, Robbie was diagnosed with hypotonic Cerebral Palsy, Gorlins syndrome (skin cancer) and a complete deletion on chromosome 9.  His chromosomal disorder has no name as he is… Read more »

Amanda Williams

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Amanda was born in March 2010 as a normal delivery with no complications. At her two month check-up the doctor noticed that she had a very small head and it looked like her soft spot closed, so we went in for an MRI. The MRI showed her soft spot was open but her cerebellum on… Read more »

Shane Popiny

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Meet Shane Popiny! Shane is a 8 year old Stroke survivor and  has cerebral palsy  with foot deformity and expressive language disorder, along with other  medical diagnoses.  Shane is a patient at Children’s hospital of Philadelphia  and is on their stroke and cerebral palsy team.  Our son receives botox  injections every 4-6 months  to his entire… Read more »

Caylee Marshall

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Meet seven-year-old Caylee Marshall. Caylee has had a lot of health issues since birth. She was an extremely high risk pregnancy. She was born blue at 32 weeks. Later in NICU, she stopped breathing. She is developmentally delayed and started First Steps when she was about five months old. She is now in rehab at… Read more »

IRS Publishes End-of-Year Giving Tips

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4 Paws for Ability relies on the donation and support of donors to successfully complete their mission every year.  These donations com in all shapes, sizes, and forms!  We wanted to share some helpful information from the IRS on End-of-Year Gifts to help those considering making a donation to charity before the New Year!  … Read more »

Lita Brewington

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Lita Lynn is a bright 6-year old that is always on the move.  She has a kind heart and is a great helper of mankind.  She was born a month early but came home right away seemingly fine.  However, at 10 months she started having seizures that resulted in 3 stays in the Pediatric ICU.  The… Read more »

Ethan Long

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Ethan is an almost 3 year old amazing little boy. He was born with congenital scoliosis and deformed/missing left ribs which was causing breathing issues. At 9 months old he had two vertical expandable prosthetic titanium ribs (VEPTR’s) implanted and will require surgery every 4-9 months until he’s done growing in his teens.  At 20 months old Ethan was… Read more »

Emmeline Harris

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Our amazing 8-year-old Emmeline loves people, singing, playing outside, cuddling and riding her recumbent bike.  When Emmeline was one year old we found out that she has a rare genetic disorder called CHARGE Syndrome.  This make her life “complicated”.   CHARGE syndrome causes a wide range of challenges such as hearing loss, heart defects, airway abnormalities, feeding issues… Read more »