If you can read this, count your blessings. Olivia suffers from a grade l/ll ganglioglioma brain tumor that robbed her of eyesight. That didn’t stop Olivia from splashing around with her family last Christmas at the Wisconsin Dells indoor water park – thanks to her wish granted by Cal’s Angels. No round of chemotherapy can keep her down. Olivia was there to putter around and be honored at the Celebrity Golf Challenge in Summer 2019. You have the vision. You have the power. Stand with our family in support of Cal’s Angels and kids like beautiful Olivia.


Letter from Olivia’s Mom

“Olivia’s diagnosis was made on June 24, 2018. She has a grade I/II ganglioglioma brain tumor that has caused her to go almost completely blind. She is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment. She has enjoyed every opportunity to engage with Cal’s Angels which included being honored at the Celebrity Golf Challange the Summer of 2019. Cal’s Angels gave Olivia and her family a much needed break over the 2018 Christmas holiday to just be a family and enjoy a indoor water park in Wisconsin Dells! Olivia and her famliy look forward to supporting everything Cal’s Angels stands for well into the future.”

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