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Quinn's Crusade (1952)


  • $156,545
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This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$156,545 raised of $500,000
($6,545 online, $150,000 offline)

Help us build a chapel for the patients and families at the University of Minnesota's Amplatz Children's Hospital in loving memory of Quinn!

Team Members

name dollars donors


Chris Bailey, Cassie Samaan Nita Labelle, Christine Yammarino

Quinn's Crusade (1952)

$550 5


Mandy Seymour

Quinn's Crusade (1952)

$155,995 34


Nicole Seymour

The Quinn Seymour Chapel

$0 0


Tara Cerni

Tara Cerni fundraising for Quinn's Crusade (1952)

$0 0


daniel j moore

daniel j moore fundraising for Quinn's Crusade (1952)

$0 0


daniel j moore

daniel j moore fundraising for Quinn's Crusade (1952)

$0 0

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Quinn’s Crusade is an endeavor to raise $500,000 to build & maintain The Quinn Seymour Chapel at the University of Minnesota’s Amplatz Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We have already raised nearly $150,000 of our goal!

Quinn Rosalie Seymour lived all but 5 weeks of her short life in a hospital. Almost 6 months of her life were spent living at Amplatz Children’s Hospital. The Seymours are from Ohio. Which meant they had to pack up and temporarily relocate to a Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis. One of the them – either Mandy or Marc – lived in the hospital with Quinn at all times. The other was either visiting the hospital or spending precious time with their 2 year old son, Camden.

During Quinn’s life, the Seymours never felt closer to God. At their darkest moments they searched for spiritual guidance. These quiet moments were spent on their knees in Quinn's room, in a chapel inside the neighboring adult hospital, or by a statue of Mary that is on the hospital property.

Amplatz was less than one year old when the Seymours lived there. One of the chaplains shared the news that the hospital was supposed to have a chapel, but no donors had stepped forward yet to help build it. This conversation really stuck with Mandy. She made it part of her own personal goal to help make sure this chapel got built. When Quinn passed away in April 2012 – it gave new meaning to the chapel project. It has become a family project!

Please consider helping us make this dream a reality by making a monetary contribution to help us reach our fundraising goal!

We would also greatly appreciate your prayers! Quinn’s life was blessed by a community of friends, family & perfect strangers -affectionately referred to as “Quinn’s Butterfly Army”. And as her life was uplifted by this community, this chapel is also a community endeavor.

Please take a minute to browse our website (www.QuinnsCrusade.org) to learn more about Quinny and our family, to view architectural renderings of the chapel space, and to stay up to date with events & success toward our goal.

Please feel free to share Quinn’s story & our hope to build The Quinn Seymour chapel to honor the life and love of our precious butterfly baby.

Love, hugs & God’s blessings,

Marc, Mandy & Camden

(with Quinn always in our hearts)

Team Captain

Mandy Seymour Mandy Seymour

Our HOPE is to build The Quinn Seymour Chapel in U of M Amplatz Children's Hospital in memory of our daughter!