Christen Gray emailed us her request for help. She was in an accident in October that has left her in recovery still. She badly broke multiple bones. Several compound fractures to her right leg and several to her right arm. The injuries to her wrist, ulna and radius were so bad it left her hand attached by only her skin. She suffered other injuries as well. To read her full story please click the donate link below.
She has utilized all of her savings and has resorted to selling off her personal belongings just to try and keep food on her table. She reached out to us with the hope that her Gofundme campaign could generate enough for her to recover and return back to work as soon as possible. Every single dollar helps!
We were contacted by Ronnie’s wife Piper. This is some of what she said: “He is my king and I am his queen. Just like in chess, it is my job to protect him, and that’s what I will do. I’m not leaving him. When he opens his eyes for the first time, I will be there. He’s a great man, and didn’t deserve to get ran over.”
Ronnie was rear-ended on the interstate in New Orleans. The person that hit him called 911 anonymously to report a downed bike and left him for dead. Yes… Another hit and run. To read his story and donate please click the button below.
David Wade was involved in an accident that cost him his leg. In June, David was involved in a hit and run motorcycle accident. The driver of the vehicle that caused the accident got out, looked and him, talked to him and then got right back in his vehicle and drove off. I’m not sure there’s a more heartless act than that.
When David first arrived at the hospital he had hope he’d be able to under several surgeries, that combined with several years of bone stretching techniques to reconstruct the damage done to his fibula and tibia, he’d be able to walk again. Unfortunately that wasn’t the case. His leg was amputated and now he’s left figuring out how adapt. With no work and life responsibilities not going anywhere he reached out to us to help raise money on his behalf. *Please click the button below and donate. Even a $5 donation shows support.