Sharon Desperately Needs Your Help
Sharon is a wife, mother of 4, and grandmother of 7, ranging from ages 9 to newborn. She has worked most of her life, primarily as a relay operator for the deaf and hard of hearing. Sharon and her husband, a Veteran, now operate a small business to supplement their income. They sell primarily on military bases, and also at area craft shows. But being on dialysis severely limits how much she is able to travel to different shows, thus the need for a transplant, versus dialysis for the rest of her life.
May 24, 2019
I’m beginning to think that home dialysis may never become a reality. Monday and Tuesday went great with me accessing the veins, but then today 4 of us wasn’t able to access it and once they did the vein infiltrated. Getting very frustrated with this whole thing. Seems like my only choice now is the kidney transplant. I need some fundraisers or donations desperately.
May 2, 2019
Home hemo dialysis is going well, but taking a little longer than expected. I have been experiencing problems with my blood clotting in the fistula and have had to have 2 fistulagrams done since February, and have an appointment scheduled with the surgeon who placed the fistula in my arm. All of this is adding more out of pocket expenses for me. Your help is greatly need and very much appreciated. We have a fundraiser scheduled at Buffalo Wild Wings in Independence, MO on May 6, 2019. Come out and enjoy some wings and drinks and mention my fundraiser for Help Hope Live and a percentage of your order will go toward my kidney transplant fund.