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Kelsey Shannon Bartol
was an angel on Earth.
Kelsey S Harrington Foundation
5 Sea Meadows La.
Waterford, CT. 06385
WELCOME to the Kelsey Shannon Bartol-Harrington site, home of the philanthropic organization supporting special needs children and their families in New London County since 2006.
Kelsey continues to inspire and share her light with others.
We are so grateful to have had her presence in our lives.
The Kelsey S. Harrington Foundation, established in 2005, is a 501C tax-exempt foundation. All donations are tax deductible in compliance with the IRS code.
"Every child is gifted. They just unwrap their packages at different times." -- unknown
In 2005, when Kelsey Harrington was 10 years old, she was experiencing up to 1,000 seizures a day. Whatever was afflicting her since she was 10 months old remained undiagnosed, and she continued to “struggle,” mother Diane Harrington said.
“Her seizures were unbelievable,” Diane Harrington said. “When you put your hand on her, you would feel like a current going through her. When she passed away and you touched her, it was calm. It was calm.”
(article in Waterford Patch April 30, 2012)
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