The Kawasaki Kids Foundation is committed to creating awareness of Kawasaki Disease, raising funds for research and educating communities and medical professionals on the signs & symptoms of a potential Kawasaki patient. The Logan Family started the Kawasaki Kids Foundation in 2013. They recognized the great need for awareness after their 3 year old son, Cooper, was misdiagnosed with an appendectomy, later told he had a nasty virus, and then finally, correctly diagnosed, with Kawasaki Disease, but it was too late. Cooper’s late diagnosis resulted in a giant aneurysm developing on his right coronary artery. His life of anti-coagulants and heart surgeries would have been avoided if he was treated within the first 10 days of symptoms.