telling our story
We have been fortunate to be provided the opportunity to share our daughter's story. Although this journey is difficult to share at times, we know it is an important one. Our daughters have an important message to share and we are lucky to be their voice.
Beverly Taylor at Fox6 Now heard about the girls and wanted to not only share their miracle but also a follow up story on the donation we were able to make to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Check out the stories here and here!
the waukesha freeman
Karen Pilarski, writer at The Waukesha Freeman, did a print article in a local paper following the TMJ4 story. Karen also did a follow up story on the girls in August 2016.
SHARE, an organization devoted to researching cardiomyopathy, featured Dan's story on the patients section of their website. An amazing organization that highlights the impact that this condition has on children and families. The work they support will help create a better future for children suffering from cardiomyopathy.
As part of their conference bylaws, the UW-Oshkosh Women's Soccer Team chooses a charity to play for each year. We are honored that the "Play for a Cause" charity during their 2016 season is The Beat Goes On. Co-founder, Christine Roehling, is an alum of the university and a four year letter winner of the women's soccer program.