Heart to Heart: Families Brought Together by Pediatric Cardiovascular Program

Seven-year-olds Gray Jackson and Gray Carpenter share more than a name. The two spirited kids also share a miracle: both boys received life-saving heart transplants at Levine Children’s Hospital just a few years apart. For Gray Jackson (right) – who is only a few months older than his friend with whom he shares a name […]

By |April 29th, 2019|Fundraisers, Survivor Story|0 Comments

From Tragedy to Triumph: Robbie’s Story

At 16-years-old, Robbie Parks was known for being a wild child until a near-fatal car accident turned his life upside-down. Tragically, the accident left him partially paralyzed due to a C-7 spinal cord injury. After months of demanding physical rehabilitation, Robbie came to a realization: life was going to be different, but it could still […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Survivor Story|0 Comments

Levine Children’s Mobile App Launches with support from Morris-Jenkins

A new mobile app brings patient resources, games and way-finding to Levine Children's patients and their families.

By |February 22nd, 2019|Foundation News, Survivor Story|0 Comments

Brian Muscarella: A Story of Resiliency

Following a spinal stroke which left him paralyzed, Brian Muscarella knew his life was changed forever. The annual Cycle to the Sea event, benefiting ASAP at Carolinas Rehabilitation, helped him get back to living an active, healthy lifestyle.

By |February 8th, 2019|Fundraisers, Survivor Story|0 Comments

Local CMN Champ, Andrew Weaver

Today, a now-healthy Andrew and his family are giving back to the hospital by creating awareness for cancer programs and advocating for philanthropic support.

By |March 5th, 2018|Survivor Story|0 Comments