Kendra’s Legacy Foundation, Inc. was founded in 2013 and honors the life of Kendra Mann O’Brien, a 36 year-old wife and mother of two who lost her life battling the flu and its complications on April 5, 2012.
“Kendra O’Brien was a beautiful and loving mother, daughter, sister and wife whose life was suddenly and tragically taken in the Spring of 2012 by the flu. Her death was a shock to everyone! How could a seemingly healthy person in the prime of her life die from the flu? The truth is, even healthy people can be affected, and serious complications from influenza can happen at any age. ”
Dr. Michelle Haines, Director of Cardiovascular Intensive Care, St. Luke’s Mid-America Heart Institute
of the serious threats of influenza to people of all ages.
EDUCATE the PUBLIC…
regarding the prevention of influenza and the need for vaccinations.
to grieving families who have experienced the tragic loss of a child.
Kendra’s Legacy Foundation sponsors flu clinics at schools, churches and county health departments with free flu vaccinations.
In addition, with a commitment to promote awareness of the dangers of the flu Joan Mann, Executive Director of the Foundation, travels and speaks to various groups about Kendra’s experience. Interested in having Joan speak at your event? Contact us.
Help us continue our life-saving work by donating today.