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Harmon Killebrew Hospice Home for Kids Fund - supporting Crescent Cove

A project of Crescent Cove

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Levi and his family during our pregame ceremony

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Unveiling our new logo with Levi's family, our advisory council and board members

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Jack Morris sharing a signed ball with Levi's brother and family

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Hit a Home Run for #3 Harmon Killebrew on the 3rd anniversary of his passing

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Harmon's family and friends have created a fund to help build the Midwest's first hospice and respite home for kids.

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Paul Molitor, Tony Oliva and Jack Morris - all members of an advisory council to the fund

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Nita Killebrew, Jack Morris and Katie Lindenfelser with Mike Max of WCCO

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Nita Killebrew, Tony Oliva and Katie Lindenfelser with Tom Butler of Fox9 Morning News

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Ambassadors to the Harmon Killebrew Hospice Home for Kids Fund.

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Children's Lighthouse beacons singing during the 7th inning stretch of the Minnesota Twins game!

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Public launch of the Harmon Killebrew Hospice Home for Kids Fund at the MN Twins Game 5/18/13! Let's build it!

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TC Bear and Nita Killebrew...celebrating love and support for kids and families.

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BT Brian Turner, Jack Morris, Mark Benninghofen and Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak at K-TWIN Radio

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Nita and Harmon Killebrew

Learn about the need for children's hospice/respite care, realize there is not currently a place for these families, and make a gift today.

Support the dream of #3 -- on the third anniversary of his passing. On May 17, 2014 we celebrated our second night at the ballpark fundraiser for this mission, and in honor of Harmon. Donate to Harmon’s fund now to build the first children’s hospice and respite home in the Midwest -- and be a big hero in little eyes.

Thank you to our 2014 sponsors who have matched your 2014 donations on this page!

Hays Companies
Insight Direct USA
Command Tooling Systems
Hackenmuller Meats
Level Branding

About our Mission:

Children with a shortened life-expectancy – those who are not going to recover from an illness or congenital disease – have special needs. They need to be kids as well as patients. They need doctors, nurses and therapists who can treat them round-the-clock with play, music, and art as well as medicine. Their families need support and respite too. They need a place where they can get help coping with the life-changing situation they were thrown into.

Over 9,000 families in Minnesota alone are caring for children with shortened life expectancies, who require around-the-clock care. Once built, Crescent Cove, formerly Children’s Lighthouse of Minnesota, will provide short respite breaks for children and families. The home will also be an option beyond the hospital or home environment for compassionate hospice care at the end of a child’s life.

Harmon experienced the value of hospice care himself. After that, he became a highly vocal/visible advocate for hospice. Harmon saw the need for a special hospice and respite home for children. He and Nita were involved in early efforts to create a children’s hospice. He frequently made hospice and hospital visits. After two near-death experiences, Harmon reflected that he was supposed to do “something greater than baseball.” He found his calling in advocating for hospice care.

Visit http://www.CrescentCove.org to learn more about the the mission behind Harmon's fund and http://www.crescentcove.org/Killebrew to learn more about the fund itself. Help build awareness for this mission by sharing with others the importance of this home and the value of hospice care for children and people at any age. Together, we can raise the funds necessary to build Crescent Cove, the first dedicated children's hospice and respite care home in the Midwest, to be located in the Twin Cities.

**Interested in helping to extend or offer a matching challenge for this Fund?
Contact us at Info@CrescentCove.org

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Organization Information

Crescent Cove
8759 Norway St NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433




Help create the Midwest's FIRST children's respite and hospice care home serving children with life-limited conditions and their families.

EIN: 271035515

Reports: Guidestar

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