After 8 months of tests, life-threatening sickness and searching for answers, a 10- month-old named Kate Boggan was diagnosed with Congential Amegakaryocytic Thrombctopenia (CAMT), an extremely rare form of bone marrow failure.
During Kate’s treatment and transplant, her mother, Lindsay, discovered that she was pregnant with Kate’s brother, Will, who would also be diagnosed with CAMT.
HGF was honored to serve this family during both of their children’s transplants and hospital stays.
His Grace Foundation has provided physical, emotional, and financial support to patients and families on the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit (BMTU) at Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) since 1997. Our services allow families to focus on supporting their child during the crucial treatment and recovery period.
Our 2023 Accomplishments
Meals & Snacks Provided
for Patients, Families, and Staff
Gifts Given via Our Wishlists
from Friends of HGF
Hospital Parking Passes
Paid for Patients’ Families
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