STAMPING FOR A CAUSE
Daniel E. Miller fundraiser for Children's Mercy Hospital
Gratitude is the theme of Stamping for a Cause that was started in 2003 in honor of Daniel Miller who passed away at 6 months of age in 2003. We were grateful for his life, no matter how short or fragile that it was. We were grateful for the doctors and nurses who cared for him, and our whole family, at Children’s Mercy Hospital. We are grateful daily for our life and the love of family of friends as we all make our difference in the world.
For every $10 donation, you receive a set of 5 homemade cards and envelopes.
We created Daniel’s fund to pay tribute to those at Children’s Mercy Hospital who cared for us. The care & compassion we received was outstanding and we hope that in Daniel’s name we can provide contributions that will allow CMH to continue this care for other families & children in their time of need through nursing scholarships and continued education for the Liver Care Center.
Who We Are
On August 21, 2002 Paul and Dawn Miller were blessed with a beautiful baby boy, Daniel Elston Miller. It took four short hours to know something was very wrong with their little boy. Over the next six months Daniel experienced complications as well as numerous diagnoses. Daniel was a viking and fought hard until letting go February 19, 2003. It was determined he experienced liver failure in conjunction with leukemia. While only on Earth for a brief period of time, Daniel touched the lives of many and, for that, we continue to be grateful.
To date, scholarships have been given to 56 deserving individuals who are furthering their education in the medical profession.
Show Your Support
For every $10 donation, please select a set of handmade cards as our thank you.
May they be used to share love & gratitude to others which represent the spirit of this cause.
If you would prefer to make the cards you collect donations for (or just want to make them for yourself!), you can purchase a kit that has everything you need to make 50 cards.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"