Giving Tuesday is a global day of generosity.
You can help children with
life-threatening illnesses, like Melody,
stay in their homes for the holidays.
“Ellie’s Army said,
we will help you.’
And they did.
My family is truly grateful.”
– Ahmad, Father
Talia, Acute Lymphoblastic
Leukemia, Age 3
“We were facing foreclosure.
paid our mortgage.
Now we still have
a home and hope.”
– Dustin, Father
Navaeh, Cystic Fibrosis, 16 months
We help pay for medical bills, co-pays, therapies, nutritional supplements and other additional medical costs for critically-ill children and young adults.
We also help pay for mortgage and electricity bills, food, diapers, clothing and more to alleviate financial stress for families with critically-ill children and young adults.
The purpose of Ellie’s Fund at Duke University is to provide financial assistance to cystic fibrosis patients and their families.
Watch the Video to Learn About Ellie
This video chronicles the celebration of Ellie Levy’s battle against cystic fibrosis and her fight to survive two back-to-back, double lung transplants. Ellie was a warrior and wanted to help others with life-threatening illnesses.
Ellie’s Army Foundation does just that. In an effort to support others with critical illnesses, we started Ellie’s Fund, which provides financial assistance to lung transplant recipients at Duke University Medical Center.
"You will rarely meet a more committed, compassionate team behind such an effective organization. I can't emphasize enough how powerful it is to be involved with this organization as a donor, and to know that my dollars are making a meaningful difference in the lives of children and young adults battling life-threatening illnesses."
of assistance recipients surveyed agreed that the assistance granted by Ellie's Army Foundation makes a life-changing impact on families.