PARSIPPANY — Emma Marie Wyman is a happy, beautiful nine-month-old baby girl undergoing at least one year’s worth of treatment at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for a rare type of sarcoma.
Her parents, AJ & Lindsey (Kmit) Wyman, who are lifelong residents of Parsippany, learned of Emma’s tumor in late May and have taken her to Philadelphia to be treated by internationally-recognized pediatric oncologists.
As they await more in-depth results regarding the type of sarcoma Emma has and begin chemotherapy, AJ has begun to take time off from his job as a corrections officer, while Lindsey is on her unpaid summer break from teaching sixth grade social studies at Brooklawn Middle School. During this life-altering time, AJ and Lindsey will incur costs from medical to travel expenses, while keeping up with their regular monthly bills for their cars, home, etc. Please know that even the smallest donation will go a long way to aid baby Emma and her loving parents during this incredibly difficult time. Thank you for your love, support, and above all, your prayers.
To donate to Emma, click here.
The counselors, leaders, teachers from the Wide World of Summer Camp, gathered together and arranged a fundraiser for Emma. They hosted a movie night and tricky tray at Parsippany High School on Thursday, July 30.
Wide World of Summer (WWS) provides a fun-filled summer for your child and a worry free summer.
WWS is an eight-week camp/enrichment program for in or out-of-district students that is filled with fantastic activities, programs, and field trips. Students swim on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and spend Wednesday’s on an exciting field trip. Afternoons are spent participating in enrichment classes in science, art, computers, physical education and more.