Join us this Sunday @ 8:30 or 10:15 a.m.
11120 W Loomis Rd., Franklin, WI

Cookies & Car Wash Fundraiser

Support Jordan Moore

Eight-year-old Jordan Moore, who is a student at Country Dale elementary school and a member of Victory of the Lamb, will undergo her 8th brain surgery in the middle of June. You can pre-buy car wash tickets for $10 starting Sunday, May 21 at the Ministry Center. The money raised will help with expenses for the family, as the Moores will be away from home and jobs for an extended period of time. Please keep Jordan and her family in your prayers!

Event Details

  • Saturday, June 3 from 8am – 1pm
  • Victory of the Lamb – 11120 W. Loomis Road (down the street from Showtime Cinema)
  • Car Wash – $10, or what makes your heart happy 🙂
    Tickets are on sale starting Sunday, May 21 at the Ministry Center or ONLINE
  • Cookies sold at car wash – $5/dozen; $3/half-dozen
  • Rain Date – Saturday, June 17

Get Involved!

  • For your convenience, you may pre-purchase a car wash ticket HERE
    • we’re sorry, but there are no refunds if you pre-pay but are not able to make the car wash. Just know you are supporting a very good cause 🙂
  • Sign up HERE to:
    • help for a 2 hour shift during the car wash
    • bake cookies for the bake sale (bring to the Ministry Center on June 2)
  • Tell your friends to get their car washed! Share this webpage on your social media channels (use the easy share icons, below)

Jordan’s Story

Jordan
Jordan

Jordan’s mom, Sarah, describes the family’s journey:

Jordan was born via an emergency c-section. I had been induced and Jordan’s heart rate was dropping. When she was delivered, she was so weak that she couldn’t even cry. She was rushed to Children’s Hospital. The doctors informed us that Jordan had severe heart failure and they couldn’t figure out why. We were told that she would not make it through the night. She did make it through that night, but with no diagnosis. We were told it was just a matter of time until she would pass away. On day 3, a student came into our NICU room and put a stethoscope on the top of Jordan’s head. He looked at the doctor and with confusion said, “I don’t think her head is supposed to sound like that.”

Immediately they whisked Jordan away and later diagnosed her with Vein of Galen Malformation. This condition and level of severity only occurs in 1 of 3 million newborns. When it presents as heart failure, as it did in Jordan’s case, babies rarely survive. Jordan battled on and we met a man that would change our lives. Dr. Osama Zaidat at Froedtert Hospital performed Jordan’s first brain surgery when she was just 10 weeks old. That day, when she went into surgery, they told us to give her a kiss and a tender goodbye, because there was only a 10% chance that she would survive. We were warned that if she did survive, she would not lead a normal life but have some type of mental impairment.

Jordan made it through surgery and stunned everyone! She has been a miracle and a champion since Day 1! Her next surgery was a couple of months later and she surprised everyone again. Jordan has had a total of 7 brain surgeries, 1 plastic surgery, multiple hospital stays and countless doctor visits. She is now an amazing 8 year-old 3rd grader who loves to swim, act and do yoga. She has a leg length discrepancy and near blindness in one eye which is probably caused by complications from surgery.

We thank God every day for how well she is doing! Jordan has a long road ahead that includes brain surgery #8 on June 14, 2017 so we have fun every day and enjoy life with our miracle!