Hometown hero gives hospitalized kids gift of wonder
Courage Corner feels like stepping
into the pages of a comic book to
hang out in the world of superheroes.
A charitable organization that builds attractions in hospitals for brave children battling pediatric illnesses, Cameo Courage—started by West Valley resident Scott Fuller—gifted Banner Children’s at Thunderbird Medical Center with a Courage Corner in the pediatric family waiting room. This special space feels like stepping into the pages of a comic book to hang out in the world of superheroes.
“The Courage Corner is a huge motivation and amazing tool for our patients to leave their hospital rooms and walk,” explains Jodi Rall, Pediatric Academic Coordinator for School Services at Thunderbird. “The kids see superheroes, like Deadpool, Wonder Woman and Batman. We host parties for cancer patients at the end of their treatment. It’s a great, all-around space for patients and their families. We’re so grateful to Scott and his passion for how superheroes can change the day for young patients.”
Cameo Courage is a nationally recognized charity that builds Courage attractions in hospitals for all the brave children battling pediatric illnesses.