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by Michele Picard
Please help me fund the purchase of an Alinker, so that I can stay active, regardless of my mobility challenges. The Alinker is a three-wheeled, non-motorized walking bike, designed to be eye-catching at eye level. This is innovation for inclusion!
by Erin McGowan
Last week, one of our Music Speaks authors, Ann Cathey, went to the ER with a severe headache. The diagnosis couldn't have been more unexpected; she'd suffered two strokes. She's at home now and slowly improving, and while the outcome could have ...
by John Cline
I have created a fundraiser for my son Cory Cline. Cory has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease and was let go from his job, leaving him with only short term disability to pay for his insurance (Cobra) and medications.
by Tori Lowe
The Conroe 5/6 Allstars have qualified for State in Burleson! There are many expenses that factor into getting the boys and their families to the tournament and very little time to budget for it. Any little bit helps and GO CONROE!!!!
by Christopher Inman
Chris was diagnosed with kidney failure in 1994. May 2014 he began dialysis & process for transplant. Steve, Chris's best friend offered to be tested & was a match. May of this year Steve gave Chris a kidney. Please help them with the medical expenses.
by Claire Morgan
My name is Claire. I have a beautiful, funny, intelligent daughter named Hattie. Hattie wants and needs to live with me full time, and is not in a good place at her father's house. Please help us by giving to our fund to help pay legal expenses.
by Sandy Minx Williams
Bobby Hickman was in a motorcycle accident in Baytown, TX on July 27, 2013. He is in Hermann Hospital in Houston in Critical Condition. His family will need help financially during his long hospital stay and after he comes home.
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