Hello. Our names are Sheri Kropf and Blair Ivanovick. We wanted to tell you about the SUDC Banner Project. It’s a large banner, featuring 120 faces of children, one-year and older, who have died suddenly and without any known cause.
The banner will travel around the world to help raise awareness of sudden unexplained death in childhood, also known as SUDC. The SUDC Foundation is dedicated to increasing awareness of SUDC, and funding crucial research to better understand and prevent these tragedies.
We lost our daughter, Kayla Madison Ivanovick, at 18 months old, on April 22, 2014.
We will be hosting a small march through the downtown core of Kemptville, at approximately 11am on Sunday, December 17, to bring awareness locally, and would like to invite you to see it in person and to share the details of this endeavour with your friends, family, and clients. We will continue our journey to Parliament Hill, Rogers House, and then return to The South Branch Bistro in Kemptville over the dinner hours.
Any donations to the cause can be made directly to SUDC Foundation at www.SUDC.org.
Thank you for your support!
Blair and Sheri