Letter from the President of What’s Mine
Is Yours Foundation
On behalf of my son Paxton who is 7yrs. old and my daughter
Peyton 5yrs. old, I would like to share with you some exciting
information about the What's Mine is Yours Foundation and
mention some of the extraordinary people that help us to continue
to bring awareness to our foundation and touch as many children's
lives as we possibly can.
We could not have gotten to where we are today without the
support, friendship and expertise of Dr. Ramzi Younis, Chief
Pediatric Otolaryngology at Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine,
Bascom Palmer, University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Paxton is a former patient of Dr. Younis. Dr. Younis performed
surgery on Paxton for a very complicated sinus condition.
Paxton was one of the youngest candidates to receive this
surgery and it was a tremendous success! Paxton's quality
of life improved drastically because of Dr. Younis and we
are eternally grateful to Dr. Younis for his care and concern
over Paxton's health and well-being. Dr. Younis is a humanitarian,
philanthropist, cutting edge surgeon and has a way with children
and adults like no one I have ever known.
It is an honor and privilege to work with him and he has
become a key player and liaison between our foundation and
children's hospitals. Dr. Younis is responsible for paving
the way for our upcoming event on Tues. Oct. 10th at Jackson
Memorial Hospital in Miami, where Paxton and Peyton will deliver
donated birthday gifts to children in the hospital. NBC 6
will be covering the event which will air on NBC 6 Fri. Oct.
20th on Tony Segreto's Spirit of South Florida segment at
6 and 11pm. Dr. Younis has accepted our invitation to become
a board member of our foundation and he will work hand in
hand with us to further our goals and launch our foundation
nationally, perhaps, globally- with Dr. Younis on our team,
there is no limit to our success.
Thank you Dr. Younis!
Michelle - the proud Mom of Paxton and Peyton