Ladybug House bridges the gap between home & hospital for sick children

Suzanne Gwynn and Evan Turner advocate for LadyBug House and promote this week's fundraiser.

It's a heartbreaking situation too many parents face - caring for children with life-threatening illnesses. For those who are not able to care for their kids at home, and the hospital is not an option, relief will soon be found here in Western Washington.


LadyBug House is set to become only the second palliative care center for children here in the US. LadyBug House founder Suzanne Corey Gwynn and Evan Turner, father of a young cancer patient, shared more about the organization's mission.

 

To learn more about LadyBug House, join them for their first annual community breakfast on Thursday, October 19th, at Metropolist in Seattle (2931 1st Ave S, #A/Seattle 98134). The event gets underway at 7:00 am and is open to the public. Reserve your spot here.

 

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