Mission Statement:
The Lindsay Foundation is a non-profit organization whose primary goal is to assist families with resources necessary to provide medical treatment, therapies and rehabilitative equipment in order to improve the quality of life for their special needs children.

The Lindsay Foundation is funded solely by donations from the public. We are a registered 501(c)3 organization and as such we can offer donors a tax deduction for gifts. Contributions are tax deductible to the full amount allowed by law.
All work is done on a voluntary basis.

The Beginning

Lindsay Nannett McMillan was born on February 25, 1984. She was a beautiful, happy child. It soon became apparent that Lindsay was not going to lead a healthy life. Numerous hospitalizations, doctors, specialists and therapy became part of “normal” life for Lindsay and her family. What also became part of normal life was the constant battles to gain the necessities of her life. Expensive formulas, therapies, medical equipment, non-covered medical procedures, and, later nursing care, led to fights with insurance companies and bureaucracies. On March 3, 1999, Lindsay lost her fight for life. She touched so many people in her life that The Lindsay Foundation was formed in her memory. We have the hope that no other family will have to fight so hard to receive the assistance that is needed in order to provide for the children that they love. It is a parent’s worst nightmare to realize that their child has needs that cannot be met. I know first-hand. I am Lindsay’s mom and the founder of The Lindsay Foundation. I loved my little girl more than life itself. That she had medical problems was not a burden. Not being able to provide all that she needed was. No parent should have to fight the way we did. No child should have to do without because, financially, the parent can’t provide. This is our goal and my dream.

Laurie McMillan

Lindsay’s Mom