Courageous Faces Foundation has been a lifeline to so many of the people we call our Inspirational Faces, our Champions who've developed a unique connection and community even among themselves that is a supportive bond. As Champion Maddie says: "Courageous Faces is not a one-and-done organization. This is a family where they support us our entire lifetime and are there to help us face whatever the future might hold." Courageous Faces Foundation improves the lives of people with rare and severe medical conditions with individualized, personal, direct support. People like Glory whom the Foundation helped become the first in her family to graduate from college, and counseling to help her get a contract job with Disney's 90th New York Mickey Celebration. The Foundation helped Maria who was denied the opportunity to try on a dress because the owner mistakenly thought her skin condition was contagious. The Foundation supported Hannah through the worst of her rare TENS trauma where she "burned" from the inside out. Now she is sharing her thanks for the Foundation's support. Zarah who has a rare form of dwarfism was supported through her journey to become an American citizen. Sammi who has a rare brain tumor enjoyed the opportunity to model in a youth fashion show. Cassidy with an unusual form of dwarfism was treated to new clothes to help her fit in to her school and classes. The Foundation supported Dom and his family through their series of cranial surgeries. Courageous Faces Foundation relocated KJ from a toxic environment to a clean rental home along with medical equipment so he could live a year longer. The Foundation also orchestrated his memorial service after he passed away. Support for Reggie Bibbs, who has neurofibromatosis. The Foundation connected him with clothing designer Alan Rouleau and his association to provide a new wardrobe so he could look like "the Million Dollar Man" in public. Then it was prosthetic ears for Johnny Quinn whose ears were burned off in a fire along with 95% of the skin on his body when he was 4 years old. All these and more interventions are just part of the Courageous Faces Foundation's work, supported by donations, grants, and people who are faithful in their contributiions.