Kayla Rose Caron
Kayla Rose Caron is a beautiful, healthy, and thriving 18 month old girl whose life tragically ended unexpectedly due to unknown causes, on October 10, 2017.
Kayla is remembered as always being happy, smiling and laughing. Her mother describes her as "vibrant and bright". Her smile was always big and her happiness lit up a room. Kayla's life is a reminder to simply "be happy".
All donations made to Kayla's Cause will be used in the following ways:
To support research and awareness of Sudden Unexplained Death in Children and Pediatrics through donations made towards The Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood Foundation and Boston Children's Hospital's Robert's Program on Sudden Unexpected Death in Pediatrics
To support the Fire Fighter's Relief Association. The fire fighter community played a large role in the efforts of saving Kayla as well as supporting Kayla's family through their tragic loss. Donations will support the association in providing care, protection, and relief to local fire fighters.
To support local grieving families experiencing the sudden unexpected loss of their child due to SUDC or SUDP. There are many expenses associated with the loss of a loved one. Donations will contribute towards funeral expenses, cemetery expenses, or bereavement time expenses.
To support the Danvers community financially in their efforts to create a community splash pad. This requires years of planning and building however, Kayla's Cause would like to assist financially in order to have the splash pad created in memory of Kayla.
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