GoFundYourself 07-23-18

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Here are some people that could use your help

 

Susan is a mother that lost her husband a few years ago, and has been battling cancer for the last 2 years. After her husband passed, she was left with nothing due to him not having a will, leaving her to carry the entire weight of the cancer treatments by herself. Her kids have been helping in all areas that they can, but they've underestimated the amount that needed to be covered. Their mother is getting better, but she's not through the woods just yet, and she and her family could use some help with the expenses. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

 

Our friend Mike is participating in the Refuse to Abuse 5k going on at Safeco Field to help raise funds to end domestic violence once and for all. He's got a $10,000 goal this year and is accepting donations! If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

 

Frank and his siblings are trying to raise money to give their mother the oral surgery she deserves. She has been an amazing mother taking care of all of them by herself on a nail artist's salary and now it's time for them to give back. They are trying to raise a mere $5000 to bring their mother's mouth back to full health and they need your help. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

 

Little Avery is in dire need of your help. Her parents noticed what they thought were bruises on her legs, and took her to the doctor to find that it was in fact acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She was then immediately put on chemo therapy to attack this thing before it even gets a chance to get started, but it's a long drawn out process expected to last about 3 years and her parents are going to need some help with the medical expenses. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

 

5 year old Sterling was unfortunately inside of a car that got hit by a truck. The hit impacted him bad enough to put him on a ventilator in the PICU. Now his family is rallying together to try to pool funds to help his parents with the medical expenses so they can be with their son in his time of need. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.