First Annual Layla Paige’s Nature Walk for TrinityKids Care

October 1, 2019 Providence News Team

You’re invited to a special benefit event hosted by actor, comedian and musician Jack Black.

Saturday, October 12, 2019
8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
South Coast Botanic Garden
26300 Crenshaw Blvd.
Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274

Layla Paige’s Nature Walk for TrinityKids Care will be more than a walk among the beautiful grounds and waterfalls of South Coast Botanic Garden in Palos Verdes. This first annual walk will be a gathering of people who know how vital it is to offer compassionate, pediatric hospice care to children and adolescents. All proceeds will benefit TrinityKids Care, a program of Providence TrinityCare Hospice.

Hosted by Jack Black

The host of Layla Paige’s Nature Walk for TrinityKids Care will be Jack Black, star of the upcoming film, “Jumanji: The Next Level,” and one-half of the rock-folk comedy group Tenacious D.  Along with entertainment by Jack and others, this fabulous morning will include food, activities, raffle prizes and art created by TrinityKids Care patients and their families.

Celebrate the life and legacy of Layla Paige

Layla Paige was a beautiful two-year-old girl who suffered from an incurable brain disorder. Before she peacefully passed away in her mother’s arms, she was lovingly cared for by the staff at TrinityKids Care. Not only did they care for Layla, they provided strong emotional support for her parents and older brother, Luke.

To honor their daughter’s life and recognize the support they received from TrinityKids Care, Layla’s parents created this special event. It’s a way to give back and at the same time pay it forward to other patients and families with similar needs.

Layla Paige was one of nearly 2,000 patients cared for by TrinityKids Care since its inception.

About TrinityKids Care

TrinityKids Care is the only dedicated pediatric hospice and palliative care program in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. It was created in 2001 to provide compassionate pediatric hospice care to children and adolescents. The program helps children with life-limiting illnesses live as normally as possible for as long as possible in their own homes.

The mission of TrinityKids Care is to provide service to all families — whether or not they can pay. This is made possible through the generous support of the community. (PULL QUOTE)

Dr. Glen Komatsu, chief medical officer at Providence TrinityCare Hospice & Regional Palliative Care, shares his perspective on the value of caring for children with life-limiting illnesses.

Register or donate today

Join us for this special event if you’re in the area or donate to help give comfort to children with life-limiting conditions. Register now and fundraise to honor Layla Paige and support TrinityKids Care.

Resources

TrinityKids Care

Layla's Story

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