Grant's Gift Foundation Success Stories

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Shelby Heads to College

We would like to congratulate Shelby Billiot for his enrollment in the "Lions Connected" program at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, LA.

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Ginna Gets a New Ride!

Gianna is a vibrant, active, outgoing, joyful little girl. She does not let her disability slow her down in the least, and is eager to keep up with her friends & family, just like any other kid.

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Juliana's Hi-Tech Television

Juliana Barrosse is an adorable non-verbal woman who has a severe mental disability, mild/moderate hearing loss and Exotropia. Her precious mother said that this was a gift for the whole family since the sound is now sent directly to Juliana's hearing aid via bluetooth technology.

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The story of Elijah and his New Bike

This is not your normal ‘special’ bike. It is the mac-daddy of special bikes and he was just thrilled to hop on and take a spin.

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Adventurer Series Bike for DeJavon

DeJavon is a love-able happy little boy. He was a normal walking child until a traumatic life experience, as a toddler, left him unable to walk and now his left side is contrasted.

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Daniel's New Harley

Daniel's mother, Jesicca, received a puppy that needed to be trained as a service dog (8 weeks old).

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Hanna McGill's New Wheelchair

Grant’s Gift Foundation received a Gift Request through our foundation's website for a wheelchair that would have cost $5000 to $6000. By reaching out to our supporters, we were able to secure an identical pre-owned wheelchair and have it completely restored to meet her needs.

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Jordan Landry's New Bike!

Jordan really wants to be like other kids. She mostly wanted to ride a bike to keep up with her siblings. She tried a bike with training wheels and her parents assistance, but the bike would tip over too easily. She just wanted to go FAST!

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Wry'on Gets Her Wheels

Wry'on La Cour is a 9 year old who has been diagnosed with Spina Bifida who was awarded a Freedom Concept adaptive tricycle which allows her independence and now the ability to ride bikes with her cousins-which makes her smile!