Join the Movement

Blake has forever changed the world as we know it. Whether you have done or received a good deed, we invite you to share your story on our Good Deeds Tracker. You will see stories from all over the world, a reminder that acts of kindness, no matter how small, create a ripple effect. Join us in the wave of positivity.


Print out your own kindness cards at home to give with your next good deed and continue sharing Blake's story.



  • Car Seat Park

    Make The World a Little Kinder

    Today marks five years since Blake first stopped breathing at our neighborhood park and this wild ride began. The rollercoaster has been both horrific and incredible. It’s one that we wish we never had to endure, and one that has changed our lives in countless ways. We appreciate all of Read More

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    Wave of Kindness

    This story continues to be so special because the catalyst was simply one person talking openly about this amazing wave of kindness #ForBlake. I get chills thinking about these moments where each person, all strangers, said “For Blake” down the line. Chills… We’re celebrating with 6 good deed stories in Read More

  • Laguna Park

    In It Together

    On this website we shared what makes a good deed – for us, there are two scenarios… It’s either a planned and intentional act of kindness/good deed, or it’s when you’re unexpectedly presented with a choice and Blake’s story reminds you to do the right/kind thing. We are regularly inspired Read More




Give Back

  • Acute Cardiac Unit of Rady Children’s Heart Institute

    There's no way to communicate what the Rady's team means to us. The ICU is scary. You don't want to be there. But somehow, these people helped normalize it for us and we felt safe in their care. We knew they were advocating for us, and that they truly cared about Blake. Thank you all for standing by our side and riding this rollercoaster with us. Read More

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities San Diego

    When we first arrived at Rady’s we were offered the option of staying across the street at the Ronald McDonald House. At this point Blake was on life support and we knew we were in for a long haul. However, we declined as we live 15 minutes from the hospital and there were many other families from farther away that we knew could benefit. Read More

  • Pulmonary Hypertension Association

    When we were first made aware of Blake’s condition, we found out that it was very rare and also complicated. We were told the diagnosis followed by a terrifying statement, “Don’t look it up, outcomes are not good.” That said, what had been published about this illness was limited and not always current. Read More

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    Good Deeds #ForBlake

    When Blake first got sick and we asked for people to do something good in his honor – we never expected it to take hold like it has. Knowing that our precious little boy sparked an incredible wave of positivity that has crossed the country and reached several countries around the world is both humbling and unbelievable. Read More

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