Card Campaigns

Do ordinary things with extraordinary love. — Mother Teresa

Join Us in Creating Joy

Operation Surprise Attack hosts numerous events and Card Campaigns Creation Parties throughout the year. Come join the fun and share some joy by creating cards that will be hand-delivered to sick children and their families throughout our service area.

Healing Hearts Campaign

The Healing Hearts season is upon us and we are excited to support these four kids. Join us as we bring some joy to these families.

To donate cards or gifts to the current Card Launch recipients, please send mail to:

Operation Surprise Attack
27100 Oakmead Dr #307
Perrysburg, OH 43551

More About Teddy

Also known as Myoclonic Astatic Epilepsy (MAE), is a rare form of Epilepsy that typically begins in early childhood. Its characterized by a combination of different seizure types, including myoclonic jerks and drop attacks. The exact cause is often unknown and it can be challenging to treat.

Myoclonic jerks are brief, involuntary muscle movements or contractions. They can affect a specific muscle or group of muscles and often appear as sudden, shock-like movements. These jerks can be caused by various factors, including neurological condition medications, or even normal physiological responses.

In context of epilepsy, myoclonic jerks may manifest as brief muscle twitches or spasms and are commonly associated with certain seizure disorders, such as Myoclonic Astatic Epilepsy.

Drop attacks, also known as atonic seizures, are a type of seizure characterized by a sudden and brief loss of muscle strength and tone.

During a drop attack, a person may experience a sudden collapse or fall to the ground. These seizures are typically very brief, lasting only a few seconds, but they can lead to injuries if the person falls.

More About Taya

Diagnosed with Round Cell Sarcoma with a CIC & NUTM1 mutation

Sarcoma is a type of cancer that develops in the connective tissues of the body, such as muscles, bones, tendons, and cartilage. It is relatively rare compared to other forms of cancer. Sarcomas are categorized into TWO main types:

Soft tissue sarcomas – which arise in soft tissues like muscle

Fat bone sarcomas – which originate in the bone

Round cell sarcoma with a CIC and NUTMI mutation refers to a type of cancer characterized by genetic alterations in the CIC and NUTMl genes.

These mutations can contribute to the development and progression of the sarcoma.

Treatment typically involves surgery, radiation therapy, and sometimes chemotherapy, depending on the type and stage of the sarcoma.

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More About Raeya

Diagnosed with Leukemia

Leukemia is a type of cancer that affects the blood and bone marrow, leading to an overproduction of abnormal white blood cells.

These abnormal cells crowd out normal blood cells, impairing the body’s ability to fight infections.

Leukemia can be acute or chronic and is characterized into various subtypes.

Treatment typically involves chemotherapy, radiation, or stem cell transplantation.

More About Lilian

Lissencephaly Dandy Walker variant

Lissencephaly means smooth brain. It does not have the wrinkles and fold a typical brain does.

Lissencephaley is a rare neurological disorder that affects about 1 in 100,000 births, which classifies it as rare disorder. Most individuals will likely be cognitively and/or physically impaired, though each individual’s progress will vary significantly. Some children will remain closer to 3-5 month mentality, others a 6-12+ month mentality and even some will have near “typical” functions.

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Operation Surprise Attack is a Section 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal Tax ID Number is 87-3484307. Your donation may be tax deductible. No goods or services were offered or provided in exchange for this contribution.

Operation Surprise Attack seeks to encourage families regardless of ethnicity, race, gender, religion, social economic group or any other demographic variable.