About SUKI Foundation
SUKI Foundation is a not-for profit organization created in honor of our daughter, Sarah Katherine, affectionately known as Suki, following her diagnosis of Rett Syndrome at age two. In efforts to raise awareness and assist children in reaching their potential through early intervention services, SUKI Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of those affected with RS and other neurological disorders. With early detection and diagnosis, the life of a child with RS can greatly be improved. Funds will assist families in early detection, and upon diagnosis, be instrumental in assuring Early Intervention by providing support, education, and the most therapeutic services possible through Early Learning Programs.
Hi! My name is Sarah Katherine, but my friends call me Suki.
I am 7 years old, and I have Rett Syndrome. I may not look like it, but I understand EVERYTHING. I cannot speak, but please stop and look into my EYES. Hear what I’m saying, for eyes speak LOUDER than my voice ever will. If you let me in, I will teach you so much about life. I will TEACH you about hope, faith and most importantly LOVE. I will remind you that miracles are all around you and one of them is ME! So, don’t underestimate me, I’m changing the world, one SMILE at a time.
|Participant Name||Event Name||Amount|
|Veronica Ritchey||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Abraham Salem||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Sandy Salem||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Deena Bateh Wallace||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Jennifer Hoover||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Tarik Bateh||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||
|Children's of Alabama||Children's of Alabama Online Fundraising||