Saturday, July 20, 2024

I cried.

Today, we shared three videos at the Cayman Heart Fund Heart Heroes Brunch at Pappagallo’s. The first two are the stories of survivors – but the third, is the story of a heart angel. Nolan Evans didn’t have a very long life, but his parents Ailian and Sean and big sister Ashlyn, are ensuring that his legacy is one of providing love and support for other heart families.

It’s hard to feel their loss but that’s okay. The loss of a child is hard and while their pain is deep, so too is the power of their gift in his memory.

They have worked hard – hosting the Heart Warriors and Heart Angels walk on Seven Mile Beach, the now annual Kids Fest at Pedro St. James and using those funds to increase public awareness and help families with children born with heart defects to pay for the myriad of expenses that nobody ever expects.

Please take a moment and watch their story and if you are able, contribute to Team Nolan and the Cayman Heart Fund. These families are going through incredibly difficult experiences. We can help take a bit of that burden away so they can focus on what matters most – their children.

I want to express personal thanks to His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Martyn Roper who comes out to these events when he doesn’t have to and provides support and encouragement to the Cayman community. It matters. And to Suzy Soto, who just never gives up on ensuring the stories of all of our heart heroes are shared.

Visit for more on how you can support!!

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April Cummings
April Cummings
April Cummings epitomizes energy and creative service in all aspects of her life. She grew up here in Cayman and has intimate knowledge of the people and places of the islands. Along with her work as a content creator and founder of Cayman Life TV, April is also the News Director at Radio Cayman.


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