Wristband Provides Hope

After the loss of their son, a young couple has created a foundation in memory of their infant, who recently passed away. A news anchor for ESPNU, the mother of this child has chosen a rubber wristbands as a token of remembrance in honor of her baby.
This story is reported on Tulsa World . “In memory of Hayden Michael Nowkhah, who was born on Aug. 12 and died less than six weeks later after a virus had attacked his heart, parents Dari and Jenn Nowkhah created Hayden’s Hope – a website and campaign intended to raise awareness for pediatric organ donation.
Hayden’s Hope Wristband
Also, in a partnership with the Children’s Organ Transplant Association, Hayden’s Hope is raising money to assist families who are overwhelmed by expenses while awaiting possibly life-saving transplants for their children.
Website address: For general and donation information, visit HaydensHope.org. Auction items include a jersey signed by Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson and footballs signed by OU’s Bob Stoops, Texas’ Mack Brown, LSU’s Les Miles and Alabama’s Nick Saban.
Hayden’s Hope wristbands: While on the ESPNU set, Dari Nowkhah wears a red Hayden’s Hope rubber wristbands . ESPN’s Erin Andrews also wears the wristband. For every $25 donated to Hayden’s Hope, donors can receive two wristbands by emailing their mailing address to haydens_ hope@yahoo.com
Read more from this Tulsa World article at http://www.tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/article.aspx?subjectid=29&articleid=20111221_29_B1_CUTLIN593069.”