Kaiden Sturgeon is the recipient of this year’s Cops Care for Kids award presented annually by the Brockville Police Association to assist families in the Brockville with young children suffering with a serious medical condition.
Kaiden is the 2 year old son of Kristen Sturgeon and Bradley Harper of Brockville who suffers from a condition known as Sandoff Disease which requires him to travel frequently to appointments out of town. In an effort to assist the family, The Brockville Police Association presented a cheque for $3 500 to the purchase of 2013 GMC Terrain from St. Lawrence Automobiles on Highway 29 Brockville. Owner Darryl Amoroso also assisted by donating to the family toward the purchase of the vehicle.
To read more about Kaiden and his family struggles there is a fund raising page set up at https://www.gofundme.com/jm6w8wm4
The Cops Care for Kids program has now been running for six years local. The fund raising campaign is designed to assist young families of children under the age of 16 years who have a serious medical condition or affliction and reside locally. When this year’s fund raising campaign was taking place, Kaiden was an extremely popular nominee from members of the public who wrote in to support him.
(Picture L-R: Darryl Amoroso (owner St. Lawrence Automobiles), Jamie Garvin (Brockville Police Association), April Muldoon (Brockville Police Association), Brad Harper (Kaiden’s father), Kristen Sturgeon (mother), Kaiden Sturgeon (being held by mom), and Darry Boyd (president of the Brockville Police Association)