Viv’s Kids are children whose families we’ve helped. Keep reading to see our mission in action.
Allie was born with OEIS or Cloacle Exstrophy. It’s commonly noted that it’s the greatest birth defect compatible with life. This birth defect is a rare abdominal wall anomaly that affects most of the internal organs excluding the brain, heart … Continue reading
“Kylee is my amazing angel who has been through a lot in her short 9 years. She recently had to have her large intestine removed. She now has a colostomy bag. With two surgeries left to go, she is finally … Continue reading
Mac was born in December 2013 and diagnosed with Complex Congenital Heart Disease and Trisomy 21. He spent more than his first year of life at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital’s Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU). Upon coming home in February 2015, … Continue reading
What a little fighter! This is our friend, Alex, from Detroit. We are so glad be able to support Alex and his family during his time in the hospital. Alex’s sister, Brittany, recently shared what Vivian’s Victory has meant to their family: … Continue reading
Carson was born in 2007 with a rare genetic skin disease called Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). EB is characterized by the presence of extremely fragile skin and recurrent blister formation, resulting from minor friction or trauma. … Continue reading
Hailey suffers from a rare congenital disease called Ateriovenous Malformation (AVM). AVMs are clusters of improperly formed blood vessels that create areas of high pressure. … Continue reading
Jacob was born nearly 15 weeks early. At birth, he weighed 1 lb. 10oz. and inches long. He spent 4 months in the NICU. Thanks to many prayers, Jacob is now a healthy boy who is soon to be a big brother! … Continue reading