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Kayden was born on June 9, 2014. We were caught by surprise when he was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. Being a single-income-family, we didn't know what to expect next or how we were going to afford the extra expenses. Kayden was in the NICU for seven days after birth due to having trouble eating. We did some research on his condition, which lead us to FACES and figured it was worth a try. Little did we know FACES would become more than an organization helping us with expenses, they would become a part of our family. We are still facing trips to Atlanta and with FACES we know anything is possible.

Amy Hall


Thank you, Our Friends, for helping Kayden and all the children of FACES throughout the years.

Your continued help is essential.

FACES: The National Craniofacial Association
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