Providing financial support to help patients in critical and life-threatening need.
Life-threatening illness is very costly. Often including before and after hospitalizations, lifetime treatments and expensive medications.
The Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation has been established to provide help and support to patients like Samantha who need help with their medical debts or deductibles. Organ transplantation and life changing medical conditions can be very costly. Oftentimes there are procedures needed with both before and after hospitalization, lifetime treatment and expensive medication. These costs can easily overwhelm even the most financially secure family.
Forever in Our Hearts
The members of The Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation know and understand that Samantha dealt with ongoing health problems with the bravery and resiliency emblematic of her life. Without the miracle of organ donation and the skill and dedication of doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals, no one would have ever known our beautiful Samantha. This foundation is dedicated to assisting other patients like Sammy who are fighting the good fight.
Years Of Donations
Families We’ve Helped
In 2016 Xavier was diagnosed with having double outlet right ventricle and hypoplastic left ventricle in his mother’s uterine.
Justin’s heart defect was found four days after he was born. He had transposition of the great arteries (TGA).
Santiago was born on October 14, 2014, at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Santiago was born with a heart condition known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome, also known as half a heart.
Theresa was born early on a summer morning. At about eight pounds she was born full term.
In December of 1995, a beautiful baby girl came into our lives by the grace of a courageous young woman, Kendra, who selected us to become Brittani’s adoptive parents.
Steve was an extremely healthy and active young man. He grew up in Centennial, CO. A few years after college, at 27, he developed a nagging cough.
Courtney was born April 23,1996 at Porter’s Hospital. Within 7 hours of her coming into this world, a team of Cardiologists from Children’s Hospital of Colorado were standing at my bedside telling our family that Courtney was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and in need of a heart transplant.
Our son Cash was born on January 15th 2016. We found out that he had a heart problem when he was about 12 hours old. That moment right there changed our whole world.
My name is Kendra Lynne DuBois, born in Colorado Springs. I was the 12th baby to ever receive a heart transplant in Colorado.
Connor is a two-time heart transplant recipient. When he was three months old he was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy – essentially his heart was not growing with him.
Our sweet DaniMaywas born November 19, 2020. She was a surprisingly small size (4 pounds 14.9 oz). She had a growth restriction that we were not aware of until she was born.
Our daughter, Emma, was born in August. After a few weeks of struggling to stay awake, eat, and gain weight, we finally learned why: Emma had two congenital heart defects.