GoFundYourself 01-15-19

Sometimes when people need help, they start a GoFundMe page, sometimes we help them with a segment called GoFundYourself

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Dwight Bondy is a man that has lived an extraordinary life full of fun and adventure. But, as with all people, time has caught up with him. He suffered an ischemic stroke that paralyzed him to the point that his family had to retrain him how to swallow food. After a long battle of recovery involving the uprooting of his family to care after him, Dwight and his family have conceeded to the realities and have decided to enjoy their final days with Dwight. The medical procedures and care that he needed has already had an impact on their lives, and it's not going away any time soon, and they can use your help. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

JC and his wife Tina didn't exactly ring in the New Year on a high note. Throughout the last year, they were trying to get to the bottom of a mass that was in Tina's breast. Then, come Thanksgiving, they got the diagnosis that they were dreading. Stage 2b metastic breast cancer. They've already written off 2019 as a year to be excited about, and have instead put their collective shoulder to the wind and are preparing to hit this thing head on. They've got a long fight ahead and could use some help with the medical bills that are about to come their way. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

Last week, the world unexpectedly lost a good woman by the name of Donna Armstrong. The family has asked for any and all help with memorial expenses during their time of grief. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

Meet Bekah, 7 years ago, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which she had in remission for 3 years. Then, in 2015 she was diagnosed with metastatic disease. A terrible disease that has caused numerous tumors throughout her body, including on her bones. Her doctors did everything that they could to cure the disease, but ultimately could not stop the spread, and now her marrow can no longer create blood cells. Their only option was hospice care to give her the best quality of life possible, and just like that, they are facing 7 years of medical expenses. They can use any help they can get. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.

Earlier this month, A woman by the name of Linda lost her life in a tragic accident at the age of 55. Now her family is asking for any help that you can provide in their time of grief so they can honor her memory properly. If you can provide any help, here's where to go.