Crescent Cove Receives $2,500 Gift from Karsyn’s Krusaders


Support for care and services needed by children facing shortened life expectancy

Minneapolis (April 22, 2016) – Crescent Cove, a non-profit whose mission is to support children who face a shortened life expectancy and their families, today announced a $2,500 gift from Karsyn’s Krusaders.

The gift will help Crescent Cove provide special therapeutic services needed by families facing one of life’s most difficult journeys, even as the non-profit raises funds to build the Midwest’s first residential hospice and respite center specifically for young people.

Currently, none of Minnesota’s 82 licensed or certified hospice programs specialize in pediatric hospice care. Each year thousands of children and their families lack the specialized physical, spiritual and emotional services that can be of benefit at end-of-life.

“Therapeutic services are some of the most important components of end-of-life care,” said Katie, founder of Crescent Cove. “The gift from Karsyn’s Krusaders will help us to provide these services for families and to meet the needs that they have right now at this very moment.”

The gift from Karsyn’s Krusaders will enable Crescent Cove to help families cover the costs of such services as massage therapy, healing touch, reflexology, music therapy, spiritual care and creative arts, as well as respite time at retreat centers with other families facing similar challenges.

About Crescent Cove

Twin-Cities-based Crescent Cove offers child- and family-focused respite and end-of-life care to children with a shortened life expectancy. It is currently raising $10 million in funds to build the Midwest’s first hospice care and respite center for these children and their families. Meanwhile, it is providing support to help connect children and families in need with community services that can support them. Crescent Cove is a non-profit 501(c)(3). For more info, please visit

About Karsyn’s Krusaders

Karsyn’s Krusaders is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charity started in 2010 by Andy and Jessica Miller to raise money and awareness of cancer, with a focus on childhood cancer. Karsyn’s Krusaders is a dirt track automotive racing-based cancer charity that works with drivers, race tracks and race fans across the country. The charity’s motto, “Kickin’ Cancer’s Butt One Lap at a Time®”, the logo and name is based on the Millers’ daughter Karsyn who was diagnosed with high risk leukemia at age 3 in 2008. Karsyn was successfully treated and today is a vibrant little girl who continues to be the inspiration for the charity that helps children and their families across the country.


Contact:    Katie Lindenfelser, Founder, Crescent Cove, 952-426-4711,

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