AIDAAN.org receives all of our funding through generous private donations, fundraising and few select private grants. Your donation helps build our network of angels that help children and families facing extended stays in the hospital. We also use donations to provide tools and resources to make hospital stays more enjoyable.
Make a donation today and become an Angel In Disguise. Please know that we try to fulfill all requests; however, we may not be able to provide an iPod to every deserving child. Our goal is to touch as many children as possible with their very own iPod, iTunes gift card or a special gift that brings a smile to their face.
**To become a Golden Angel, set up a recurring monthly donation and receive a special gift from AIDAAN.org.
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3838 N. Braeswood #10
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Thank you for your nomination! Every child matters, and AIDAAN.org would like to accommodate every request that we receive; however, we consider the following guidelines when determining our next Angel In Disguise:
We hope to have a close connection with our Angels — nominated by friends and family of the organization, medical professionals, or previous Angels. This allows us to personally create and deliver the one of a kind iPod.
|•||Children ages 8-19 |
|•||Receiving treatment in Texas or California Hospitals |
|•||On active treatment for chronic illness or currently facing an extended hospitalization |
Please no self-nominations.
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by Aidan Immroth.
Have a favorite playlist or movie that makes you smile? When patients receive iPods or iTunes gift cards, they provide AIDAAN.org with a list of their favorite songs, videos, etc. so they can be posted on our website for other kids to view.
Share your favorite songs or videos here:
After hearing about AIDAAN.org, Barbara literally ran out the door to make the first donation. She is the honorary "first" Angel In Disguise and a very special, caring teacher at Cisco ISD. While fighting her own battle with cancer, she has continued to inspire others and help bring a much needed distraction to children in the hospital.
Michelle Binger is an employee of Cisco ISD who makes and sells beautiful wooden crosses in her spare time. After hearing about AIDAAN.org, she began donating a portion of her profits during the peak Christmas season. If you would like to learn more about Michelle's work, please email . Thank you Michelle for helping us grant some Christmas wishes!
Texas Elks Children's Services, Inc. gave AIDAAN.org our first grant. Thanks to Jack Shanks and the wonderful team at Texas Elks Camp, we were able to purchase our first 10 iPods, decorations and otherfun materials. Our dream would not have become a reality with the kind and generous support of this organization.
A special Lobo thank you to the students and faculty at Cisco I.S.D., and the entire Cisco community. They have held fundraisers and donated money. But most of all, they have opened their hearts and adopted AIDAAN.org as a community project of giving. Without their support and enthusiasm, we would not be where we are today.
Scott Emmons and team in the Wells Fargo Corporate Trust department made a generous donation on behalf of their personal friend John Deleray. John and Aidan met while receiving radiation treatment in Houston, Texas and became fast friends.
Special thanks to this marketing duo who helped us create our brand identity. Jen Maki is the creative genius behind the AIDAAN.org logo. She worked with Aidan to understand what he would like to see in his logo, and she brought his vision to life!
Rose Daniels is the driving force behind the AIDAAN.org website.
Rose worked directly with Aidan to understand his message and ideas for the website. She is fantastic to work with because she designs from the heart. And thanks to Alex Bajoris who donated his time to program the site.