2022 Philadelphia Congenital Heart Walk

Mason's Pals

As some of you may know, Matt and I found out about Mason's congenital heart disease at our 20 week ultrasound, he was diagnosed with Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA). I can still feel the emotions to this day rush through my body as they told us the news with my daughter in the room about what they found on his ultrasound and what could be the outcome. They told me that I needed to go to CHOP immediately and meet with the team there, to say that we are very fortunate to live by such an AMAZING hospital, is an understatement. Matt and I made many, many trips down to CHOP to make sure everything was looking good for Mason. I delivered Mase at CHOP on the Special Delivery Unit (SDU) and he had open heart surgery for his heart at just 5 days old. Mase will be 5 in November and we are so amazed by him. <3

Please consider making a donation or joining us for a fun day!

Our team is raising funds for congenital heart defect research - join us!
Why give? Congenital heart defects are the most common birth defect in the nation, impacting ONE in every 110 babies each year. The Children’s Heart Foundation exists to make sure these babies - and everyone impacted by CHDs - live long and healthy lives. Because of research, today there is greater hope for babies born with, and adults living with, congenital heart defects.

Help us reach our fundraising goal by making a donation today. You can also become a member of our team and join us at the walk!

Thank you in advance for your support!

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