Alivianna Brighid Gallup
“Now we can move forward, to figure out how to get her to her appointments and get around.”
While at a concert, something happened that the family of 17-year-old Alivianna Gallup could never have seen coming: their daughter’s accessible van was stolen along with thousands of dollars in medical equipment.
Because Alivianna lives with multiple mobility-impacting diagnoses, the van is more than transportation: it’s a lifeline to her community, enabling her to access medical appointments, education, and work.
Her family found Help Hope Live through a social media post and kicked off a fundraising campaign to meet this critical need.
Written by Emily Progin
In less than two weeks, the campaign has raised $6,000 towards their $20,000 goal.