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Regina Torreblanca receives lifesaving heart surgery in Boston

Regina Torreblanca

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

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.

Courage

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 […]

The Journey of Doug Paquette

Doug’s story is best told by his heart surgeon who came to know him so well during his evaluation, hazardous surgery and recovery.

A MIRACLE WAITING TO HAPPEN

By Kenneth G. Warner, M.D.

When Doug Paquette was born thirty-nine years ago, he was diagnosed with an unusual congenital heart defect. Normally, the blood vessels that […]

Spotlight on Success: Peter Oyuga

The story of Peter Oyuga came to our attention through Angels of Hope, a small non-profit organization that provides free basic healthcare to children in Uganda. This charity operates on a very small annual budget and when their Founder, Fay DeAvignon heard of Peter’s distressing case, she put all her personal effort into helping […]

2007: Spotlight on “M”

We cannot reveal her name or her whereabouts. We cannot publish a photo. To do any of these would jeopardize her life—a life that was nearly taken from her in a horrifying series of events when she was just 13 years old.

This story starts in Sierra Leone, a tiny country in West Africa that […]

PRESIDENT, Eileen Tye
VICE PRESIDENT, Terri Carlson
CUSTODIAN OF FUNDS, Bank of America