Kinsley L. Cox Living Memorial Fund
More About Kinsley L. Cox Living Memorial Fund
The Kinsley L. Cox Living Memorial fund was developed for parents with children who have serious illnesses or injuries. Have you been praying for help and a way to offset your expenses? Then this may be the answer to your prayers.
Some of our most important lessons come from our children. Kinsley Cox taught all of us a tremendous amount.
From birth, Kinsley suffered from heart and health problems. In her 5 years of life, she endured a tremendous amount of pain and medical procedures that most adults never have to face. Despite this hardship, Kinsley never complained. Rather, she blessed those that encountered her with a prevailing spirit of perseverance, hope, and happiness. Her smile was contagious as was the love in her heart for life.
Perhaps, the biggest lessons that Kinsley has taught us through her life is to never give up and to appreciate and enjoy each day to its fullest. And while Kinsley has left this earth to be with her Heavenly Father, she continues to help others. After her passing, her parents, Mark & Ila Cox, asked that a fund be set up to honor their daughter and to help other families with sick children.
As a result, the Kinsley L. Cox Living Memorial Fund was created to help families with sick children in Highlands County receive financial assistance with non-medical needs such as travel, food, lodging, and debts associated with lost wages. Through this special Memorial Fund, Kinsley’s legacy lives on in the lives of all the children and families that she has touched.
Located in a garden on the grounds of the Champion for Children’s Foundation, one will find a memorial plaque adjacent to a park bench that is dedicated in loving memory of Kinsley. The plaque contains the following inscription:
Kinsley L. Cox
Who Reminds You To
Never give up
Live life fully every day
For more information or assistance, please call the Foundation office—(863) 382-2905.
To make a referral or contribution, please contact Children Services:
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