The Ray Tye Medical Aid Foundation cherishes the partnership we formed with WPP in 2009, because working together we have been able to save numerous children’s lives. Due to WPP’s committed, long term follow up with patients, we have seen many children not only survive but thrive following surgical treatments. Parents are also very much part of the WPP family and they are provided housing and support while their children undergo life-saving care.
Regina was born in Mexico with a deadly heart defect. The surgery needed to save her life was not available there, so her parents, Elizabeth and Eduardo, brought their newborn to Children’s Hospital Boston. The Ray Tye Medical Aid Foundation partnered with CHB to pay for the surgeries that would save her life.
Update on Team Tye and THE 2016 TOUR DE SOUTH SHORE that was held on October 1, 2016 at Wampatuck State Park. We were chosen as a partner with the prestigious McCourt Foundation in this fundraising endeavor. We want to THANK ALL WHO PARTICIPATED AND DONATED to our first fundraiser in partnership with the McCourt Foundation.
We raised $17,181 of which 90% will go directly to the Ray Tye Medical Aid Foundation. WAY TO GO TEAM TYE!
Let’s all keep Ray Tye’s Legacy moving forward into the future.
When the Ray Tye Medical Aid Foundation was contacted by Dr. Robert Sheridan from Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston about funding the care of a critically burned boy from Belize, it had not yet been discovered that this boy had an equally life-threatening heart condition. If either condition was left untreated, young Dylan would […]
The Ray Tye Medical Aid Foundation was approached by the Nguyen family of Quincy, MA about their infant niece in Vietnam who would not survive without a liver transplant. The medical and surgical care she needed was not available to her in Vietnam. We were pleased to be able to join with the family on a […]
I want to tell you about David Wieselmann, a 41-year-old man who has been an inspiration to us and has brightened our lives.
David comes from Northern Vermont and all his life he has been a great athlete—an avid skier and expert mountain biker—but all that changed in June, 2010 when his life took a […]
At the start of the new year 2010, Geudline Agard was an active, happy 12-year old Haitian. A beautiful child. Then the earthquake struck and Guedline was crushed by the rubble of a crumbled building. By the time she was rescued and air-lifted to the USNS Comfort, she was anemic from blood loss and paraplegic […]
“The first time I met […]
The Boston Globe – By Kevin Cullen
The rain was relentless, biblical almost, and you half-expected an ark to pull up outside Congregation Mishkan Tefila in Chestnut Hill. But there could have been an earthquake yesterday, and they still would have shown up, the people whose cars spilled out of the parking lot, all along […]
The Boston Herald, By Joe Fitzgerald
The extensive coverage of Ray Tye’s death was not only richly deserved, but richly ironic, too, since he was careful not to exalt himself while funneling millions of dollars to people and causes that touched his heart.
Over the years, on so many occasions, he would call here after […]