What People Are Saying
I have memories as far back as 2nd grade with kyle. I was always jealous of how tall he was and the advantage it gave him in most sports.  I never got closer to him than saying hi in the halls of school but none the less when we saw each other we always said hello.
The last time I had the pleasure of seeing your son was summer of '02, I believe in Carson City Nevada. We were at the same baseball tournament nearly 1,500 miles away from home, the last place I had expected to see someone running over towards me calling out my name.

Artemio H.

Artemio and his young family (wife Esther and infant daughter) were staying at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance while undergoing treatment for leukemia. The Kyle Charvat Foundation played an important role by not only providing funding for travel and day-to-day expenses, but we also helped Artemio’s family identify available programs that they qualified for. Once again, KCF’s resident angel, Kelly Richards, personally went above the call of duty to get access to basic healthcare services for Artemio and Esther’s daughter previously unrealized. This included well-baby examinations and immunizations as well as food and diaper supplies.

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