Welcome to Blake's Miracle

Blake's Miracle foundation is all about children helping children and is planning many fund raising events to ease the suffering of hospitalized and terminally ill children. Blake Whitehead’s family formed this humanitarian organization after they lost their precious little red head to leukemia on March 8, 2006. Here’s his story.

Kiss from mom and dadOur precious, Blake Gordon Whitehead after a brave battle with leukemia returned to his Heavenly Home three weeks before his second birthday. His last time in I.C.U. was the end of Blake’s earthly journey. Every day his family begged the Lord for a miracle on Blake’s behalf. But the Lord had a different mission for our little angel. On March 8th, under the advice from his physicians, Mommy and Daddy had Blake removed from the advanced life support machine. They were able sit by his bed and cuddle their sweet son for the first time in weeks. They were alone with their precious red head as he took his last few breaths of mortal life in his mother’s arms. In silence and in peace they held him tight and caressed his little hands and feet. Mommy and Daddy knew that Blakey was at peace and finally out of pain

Blake’s family has seen first hand the physical and emotional pain that cancer and other terminal childhood diseases can inflict on our precious young ones. Every day and night we prayed for a miracle. We promised Blake a miracle. Your love, generosity, donations and gifts is what the miracle is about. If you can brighten one life and bring smiles to one family in crisis you are part of that Miracle.

Please help us help the children. Just as your love and concern has lifted us, let us open our hearts and wallets to serve these innocent victims who suffer from no fault of their own. Let us make their lives brighter with alternative pain therapy, toys and at the new children's hospital in the East Valley. Benefits also help Safer 3, drowning prevention. Drowning is almost a weekly occurrence and parents need to be educated on how to prevent such a tragedy. There is such a need. We need your help.


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