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Our Mission

Our mission is to honor Noah Angelici’s life with the dedication of his foundation to support research towards the diagnoses, treatment and education of Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome. While doing so, we will strive to provide support and HOPE to the families and babies effected with this rare condition as well as those who have went through a tragic loss.

What we HOPE

Because Noah lived we will honor his life as advocates with our hard work and dedication and let his journey live on through the blessings of his love.

“Hope sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.”- Unknown Author

Noah Angelici Hope Foundation

Noah's Story

Noah’s foundation was founded in hopes of touching as many lives as possible through spiritual/emotional guidance and financial support. Through his unwavering smile, he inspired everyone around him. Through his innocence, he brought happiness to whoever had the pleasure of knowing him. Through his foundation, he continues to bring hope to those in medical need and lives on in all of us. Teaming up with The Children’s Home and Lemieux Family Center has brought this dream into reality. With the advent of Noah’s House of Hope, we can give more than ever in Noah’s memory.

From the beginning, Noah and his brother Jackson fought for their lives within the womb and needed a rare and life saving surgery for Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome. Thankfully, they had the help of Dr. Ruben Quintero, a pioneer in the field. In order to improve the health and survival of the babies, Jennifer was on bed rest the entire pregnancy. She delivered via emergency Caesarean section at 35 weeks and our lives were forever blessed with Noah and Jackson. Noah’s short life saw more obstacles than most adults could endure. Surgeries, continual oxygen and feeding tubes were an everyday occurrence in little Noah’s world, yet he was always a beam of positive energy and hope. His life was enriched by the people he touched at Magee Woman’s Hospital NICU, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh NICU, CICU, PICU, IICU, Children’s Home Transitional Infant Care and through brief stays at home with his family and loved ones.

We are blessed to have Noah forever in our hearts, and because he lived, there will be families and children who will receive his blessings of HOPE.