Abigail E. Keller Foundation

The purpose of the Abigail E. Keller Foundation is to support programs and organizations that serve the rare, undiagnosed, terminally ill, and medically complex/fragile pediatric community.

Happy New Year!!!

Happy New Year to all our sponsors, donors, volunteers, and friends that have supported us and our mission in helping medically fragile/terminally ill children and their families.

As we enter 2023, we are excited about all the opportunities that await us.
We look forward to seeing you this year!!!!


Sunday, April 30th Abbey’s Charity Concert

Saturday, August 12th Abbey Lights Up COTA…Gala

Stay Tuned for updated information on our Facebook page @abigailekellerfoundation or here on our website.

Here are some highlights of 2022!!

Unveiling of the Abigail E. Keller Foundation wall at the new Comprehensive Care Clinic.

Birthday Box Program for Hospice Children.

Family Care Basket for children and families entering the Dell At Home Hospice Program.

Received grant from Lake Travis Thrift Shop to support this program.

Spring Concert at Star Hill Ranch featuring Rick Trevino.
Abbey’s Star Shines On…Gala featuring Jack Ingram.
Sponsored the Dell Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic Christmas Party
Provide Dell At Home Hospice Staff stockings to be delivered to hospice patients made by Angel Wings of Lake Travis and goodies supplied by Abigail E. Keller Foundation

Abigail’s Story

Once upon a time there was a princess, Abigail Elizabeth Keller, a little girl with a big name, her birth on July 25, 2007 was one of the happiest days of her parents lives. Her parents like to think that Abigail knew of the journey she would take them on by the smile she had on her face as they rode down the hospital elevator to take her home. Abbey’s smile was the one constant that could be counted on despite her lifelong struggles. One night as she rode in the car with her parents she would get upset and then smile for no reason until Momma realized that it was every time that they left the glow of the overhead street lights, their blind little girl didn’t like the dark! Early on as her Dada held her in his arms, during one of the hospitalizations, they were both covered in vomit but she looked up at him and smiled. Countless were the times when she laughed and played despite being in the hospital, amazing all who saw. Who else, but Abbey, could get discharged straight out of the intensive care unit to go home? And because of her illness her parents met the wonderful doctors and nurses whom without Abbey they would never have known. Abigail educated her parents of the world, that is special needs parenting, and were made better because of it. She spent half her life in the hospital or in clinics. Read more…

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