Family and friends of Debi Brodosky (Weitz) are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.
Debbie has chosen to fundraise with Help Hope Live in part because Help Hope Live assures 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.
February 27, 2018
HELP DEBI MOVE THOSE MOUNTAINS
Debi’s long battle with diabetes and kidney disease has come to a very critical stage.
Our mom is now in serious need of a SKP ( simultaneous kidney and pancreas ) transplant to survive.
We are asking family, friends and the community to join us in fundraising for the non-profit HELP HOPE LIVE
( they manage the financial request) to help with the critical and uncovered expenses Debi will face immediately after her discharge from the transplant center. The funds raised will help with lodging and travel near the center where Debi will be required to stay for up to 5 weeks.
Debi has always lived a positive and productive life despite the complications of her chronic health condition. She has never let her challenges get in the way of doing things she enjoyed, especially volunteering at the local food pantry and the Boosters association with sports.
Debi’s positive attitude and determination has helped her avoid the inevitable for 37 years, but now her kidneys and pancreas are functioning at a dangerous level and SHE NEEDS OUR HELP.
While Debi does have health insurance, there are many expenses that are actually not covered at 100%, including the immunosuppression medicines ( anti-rejection) she will need for the rest of her life.
Your donation can help in easing the financial burden associated with transplantation. This will allow Debi to focus on her positive recovery and MOVE THOSE MOUNTAINS. Along with her husband and children, Debi will be able to do what she enjoys, which is helping her community.