"Had we been in any other place, had we been in another restaurant, or had we been driving in the vehicle at that time, had she been at home taking a nap, she wouldn't have made it," says her father Patrick.
Morgan suffers from a genetic heart disorder called Torsades Rythm. She was diagnosed after suddenly collapsing during a family dinner at Lambeau Field. Her parents credit quick thinking by Lambeau personnel for using an Automatic External Defibrillator, or AED, to jump start her heart on scene, saving her life.
Now, the family is making it their misson to raise awareness about the need for more AED's in public buildings.
"The fundraiser that we're holding, all the proceeds go to Project Adam, so every dollar that someone donates goes to help get those AED's into necessary schools or necessary public places that don't have them," says Patrick.
The Frain's say Lambeau wouldn't have had an AED if not for Project Adam. A non-profit of the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Project Adam's mission is to deploy life saving programs to help prevent sudden cardiac arrest.
The fundraiser, called "Celebrate Life," will be held at Stadium View in Green Bay Wednesday night from 5-8 p.m.