Kierra Tasker was diagnosed with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome when she was an infant. We believe that these amazing young people exhibit so many qualities of royalty: strength, resilience, bravery, perseverance, physical beauty and beauty of the heart alike. As such, we want to recognize them as members of this very special royal family.
Ms. East Coast World Universal and Extraordinary Hearts Foundation VP, Carisa Fazenbaker is proud to partner with the Extraordinary Hearts Foundation, Inc. and the Extraordinary Heart Pageant to bring the Warrior Princess & Prince Project to life.
Our goal is to honor children of all ages with long term disabilities or illnesses, hold a private special crowning or medallion presentation for them and spend some time making them feel extra special.
Carisa was recently inspired by local teen, Kierra Tasker who was diagnosed with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome when she was an infant. We believe that these amazing young people exhibit so many qualities of royalty: strength, resilience, bravery, perseverance, physical beauty and beauty of the heart alike. As such, we want to recognize them as members of this very special royal family.
In addition to their crowning or medallion presentation and special visit, the children will be featured on Ms. East Coast World Universal's social media as well as the social media of the Extraordinary Hearts Foundation and the Extraordinary Hearts Pageant Organization. We will share their story and journey through their illness, and work to advocate and bring awareness to their diagnosed illness during their crowning month..
We are so excited to begin this project and are looking forward to meeting some amazing new people! We are hoping to initially select one nominee per month and grow the program as we are able. If nominees are outside of our personal travel area, we will partner with other titleholders to make visits possible.
If you know a special child who has been diagnosed with a long term or terminal illness and should be considered part of the Royal Warrior Family, please use the link below to submit their nomination.
Welcome Princess Malea Rugg!
I am thrilled to introduce our beautiful Princess Malea! Malea has a beautifully fun and silly personality, a warm smile and determined heart and it's my honor to welcome she and her family to our Warrior family!
Princess Malea was nominated by her caregiver, Amanda and I've decided to use her letter of nomination to introduce Malea and her story because it's a perfect
Welcome Princes Maizey Clayton!
I am so excited to introduce this small but mighty warrior! Maizey's journey and medical situation is extremely complicated and ever changing, so make sure to follow our Facebook page where we have shared some of her diagnosis, some of the things which remain a mystery, and the medical team that is working so diligently to help her live her best life. At just fou
Welcome Princess Grace Mowery!
I am so excited to introduce Princess Grace Mowery!
Grace was diagnosed with Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma, a form of Non Hodgkins Lymphoma, when she was 15. Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma more frequently effects men over the age of 50, making Princess Grace one of the more rare instances of this form of NHL. Grace is now a senior in high school and just found out that she i
Meet Princess Arizona Welsh!
Arizona was nominated by her grandmother, who writes, "On August 3, 2016, when she was 14 months old, Arizona was left in the bathtub with her brother who was almost 2 years old by her father. She fell and hit her head and went under the water. She suffered a near fatal drowning. She was revived on the way to the hospital in the ambulance. Arizona was life flighted to R
Meet Princess Charlotte Roland!
Charlotte is a beautiful, strong, smart 8-year-old who loves God, loves her family, and loves her life of school, friends, writing songs, making jewelry, dancing, swimming, going to the beach, and playing with her sister Alice (5) & brother Matthew (3).
On June 26 2020, Charlotte was rushed to Saint Joe’s ER in Reading for a brain bleed. She was taken immediately by
Meet Prince Wyatt Teets! On September 26, 2020 at the 5th Annual Convoy for Kids Wyatt was inducted as our newest Warrior Prince.
Wyatt has Retinoblastoma. Retinoblastoma is a malignancy of the retinal cell layer of the eye. It is the most common eye tumor in children and it usually occurs before the age of five. Three to four hundred cases are diagnosed world-wide annually.
On June 17, 2019,
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