Noah Spivey, is a 17 year old boy from Raleigh, who was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma. After many treatments, hospital stays and a strong fighting spirit, sadly Noah's cancer is now in a stage where there is no more that can be done. Noah knows this and accepts this through his incredible faith in God. Faith has carried Noah and his family through this really hard time and this young man is so deserving of a "Smile."
In only 3 days, friends of Noah's family put together an incredible day to honor Noah and Meg's Smile Foundation was invited to play a role in making it happen. Noah's friends worked so hard to make beautiful touches to everything from decorations to food and more. It was a Texas meets France theme.
Megs Smile Foundation arranged to have Cowboy Limousine take Noah and his family first to the Prayer Garden Noah was working on for his Eagle Scout Award. He then arrived in style at Summit Church to a packed house of family and friends waiting to celebrate with him. Noah was presented with some very prestigious awards from The Boy Scouts, the Marines, and his band mates from school.
We were truly honored to be able to play a role in making this amazing day happen for Noah and his family.
Special thanks to DJ Randy from Brian Pate Entertainment for being available on such short notice and making this day special through music, and also to Jamie Lackey who will be taking professional photographs of the family next Saturday.
We thank all of you who support Meg's Smile Foundation and make amazing things happen for these deserving kids!
Taylor is a sixteen-year-old young lady from Holly Springs. Taylor was perfectly healthy until July of 2018 when she was diagnosed with Advanced Disseminated Lyme Borreliosis complex with Neuroborreliosis; Babesia, Ehrlichia Chaffeensis. She was hospitalized and in the Wake Med PICU in critical condition, complicated with acute respiratory failure and sepsis. At the time, nobody could figure out why this was happening to Taylor until specialists from Duke Infectious Disease and The Jemsek Clinic determined it was the above tick-borne illnesses. She will undergo aggressive treatment for the next two years in hopes of reversing the damage to her.
Tabor is a nineteen-year-old young man from Durham. He has battled cystic fibrosis his entire life. Tabor has a great spirit - he is a smart, kind, and driven individual who seeks a solution first and asks for help second. Tabor attends Durham Tech Community College and getting to a from school is hard without a car. Tabor’s request was to receive some help in purchasing a car which we were more than happy to do.