Wilmington NC Angels

Meet Our Wilmington Angels

Robert

Robert

Robert is a teenage boy who lives with his Grandmother. He loves all things Disney. Robert's dad was a fisherman so it was important to stick with the ocean theme, in memory of his father. Robert...

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Connor

Connor

Connor is a music-loving teenage boy who had an awesome master bedroom and bathroom setup...except his bathroom was part of a home addition the previous home owner never completed. Connor has a...

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Payton

Payton

Payton is a 10 year old boy with Autism that loves to jump on his trampoline, and climb on things. He had a rough start to life and suffered a great deal of neglect for the first year and a half of...

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Brody

Brody

Brody is a loving 9 year old boy who has an undiagnosed NeuroMuscular/Regressive disorder. He is nonverbal, has a feeding tube, cecostomy tube, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and an immune system...

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Jorja

Jorja

Jorja is a 5 year old little girl that loves animals! She was diagnosed with Leukemia (All B-Cell) and just completed intense chemotherapy for the past six months and is going through maintenance...

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John

John

John is an adorable 8 year old boy who loves sharks and has a twin sister, Chloe, who loves mermaids -  let the sea themed makeover begin! John was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Spastic Paraplegia,...

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Jack

Jack

Jack is a hilarious 16 year old boy! He loves his dog, Kaylie, and his little niece, Julia. Oh! And he is Spider Man's biggest fan! Jack suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury as a baby due to shaken...

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Reed

Reed

Reed is a very energetic 5 year old who needed some help creating a bedroom suited to his psychological needs. He has Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and Asthma. He has a very large bedroom that...

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Mariah

Mariah

Mariah is a sweet 4 year old girl who had a stroke when she was only one year old. She is improving developmentally and physically with consistent physical therapy but still has trouble with...

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