Addie Project Recipients

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Recipients of The Addie Project:

Patrick is a seven-year old from Florida who has severe Eosinophilic Esophagitis and 60+ anaphylactic food allergies.  He only has about seven foods he can eat safely. 

Eosinophilic Esophagitis is a disorder whichh causes his body to see food proteins as invaders. When the food proteins hit his esophagus, his body sends out white blood cells called eosinophils to attack. They do a lot of damage in his esophagus and build up there.

As a result he has  had multiple strep throat and ear infections in the last year along with mulitple cases of Scarlett Fever. He has Lymphopenia with a white blood cell going as low as  2.1 Which means his body is not making sufficient white blood cells.  

He misses a lot of school.  

He loves all colors of the rainbow and wants to be a roller coaster designer when he grows up.

Patrick's house with his elf Mantra. Patrick's fairy builder was Jane and the fabulous Chris makes all our elves.
Patrick receiving his Addie Project package

Liberty has Juvenile Arthritis and was diagnosed eight years ago when she was 14 months old. On her journey she has had weekly chemo shots, blood draws, trips to the pediatric rheumatologist and ophthalmologist, and physical therapist.

Juvenile Arthritis is an autoimmune disease where the body  attacks itself. This autoimmune disease attacks not just her  joints. Indeed, Liberty also has Uveitis inflammation of her eyes.

Her favorite color is pink and she wants to be an art teacher when she grows up.

She hails from South Carolina

Liberty's fairy house builders were Cari, Beth and LaRae
Liberty receiving elf Sparkle

At the age of five, KW was diagnosed with Von Willebrand disease, a blood clotting disorder.   At age six she developed MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, a bacterium with antibiotic resistance) from post op complications.

This lead to a diagnoses of Ehler Danlos Syndrome. Later, after breaking her foot, she was also diagnosed with Juvenile Spondylo Arthritis. Then, at the age of eight, KW had her lymph node and a tumor on her ovary removed.  

KW loves to sing and to compose music.

She lives in Alabama.

Liberty's fairy house builders were Darshan and Cari

Mae is a 6-year old from Utah who has Cystic Fibrosis 

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