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Abigail Needs Your Support!

Abigail Leonard is 14 years-old and was born with a medical condition known as FOXG1 Syndrome. A genetic panel performed at Boston Children’s Hospital confirmed something called a “14q12 deletion”, which includes FOXG1. As a result, Abigail cannot sit or walk independently, is nonverbal, has reflux and uncontrolled epilepsy. She is nonverbal, in a wheelchair, and legally blind.

Updates (3)

September 8, 2021

Hi All!

In 2018, thanks to your wonderful donations, we were able to purchase a wheelchair accessible van for Abigail and it’s been fantastic!

Unfortunately, the minivan was damaged last week when the remnants of Hurricane Ida came through our area and a tree fell onto our van. As of today, September 8, 2021, the van is in the process of being totaled by our insurance company. The terms of the settlement are still being worked out but it will definitely not be enough to cover the cost of a new wheelchair accessible van for Abigail.

We need your help. This is Abigail’s only mode of transportation, to be able to get to her baseball games, Church for Religious Prep and Mass, visiting with family and going out into the community, not to mention her multiple doctors’ visits in Philadelphia and multiple therapy visits every week.

Please consider helping us raise the funding for a new van so Abigail can get back to her regular routine and out into the community sooner rather then later.

Thank you!

Jennifer, Jed, Abigail and Corinne

December 28, 2016

As part of our year end push, Abigail was featured in a local news story today:

www.itemlive.com

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September 11, 2021

I hope this little bit helps. Sending you all our love… always!

John & Tammy Everett

September 9, 2021

We love you, Leonard family!

Kristin Haar

September 9, 2021

I hope this meager contribution helps. Good luck to you and your family!

Anonymous

September 9, 2021

Sending live and prayers your way!

Bridget Dippel