Lance Needs Your Support!
In May of 2010, life drastically changed for Lance Clark. While spending time with family and friends at Lake Texoma, Lance dove into the water and broke his C5 and C6 vertebrae. He is now paralyzed from his chest down. After a month in the intensive care unit at OU Medical Center, Lance went to Valir Rehabilitation Center, where he learned how to transfer himself from his bed to his wheelchair. They also taught his wife Jennifer how to properly care for someone in Lance’s situation. As you can imagine, the care Lance needs is lifelong and very expensive. He needs continuous therapies, rehabilitation, specialized equipment, home modifications, medications and living expenses.
May 12, 2016
Lance Clark is a 29 year old incomplete quadriplegic. He suffered a C5, C6 neck fracture and spinal cord injury in 2010 that left him paralyzed from the chest down. What he wants more than anything is to be able to gain any kind of control back in his lower extremities. He would love to be able to play with his son like a father should. He also strives to be more independent. He has been accepted for non-embryonic stem cell treatment, but his medical insurance will not cover the cost of this treatment and the clinical trials. Any donation amount, no matter how big or how small is greatly appreciated. If you are unable to make a donation, please share this webpage to others. Thank you ahead of time for your generosity and support for Lance!
December 9, 2015
Family and friends of Lance Clark are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with stem cell transplantation.
Lance has chosen to fundraise with HelpHOPELive in part because they assure fiscal accountability of funds raised and tax deductibility for donors. Donors can be sure that funds donated will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses. To make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising campaign, Click on the Donate Now button. If you can not donate, please share. Thank you.
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