Hello everyone, my name is Willie Eaton and I am a 25-year-old Tetraplegic Artist. I was injured in 2018, for the past Few years I have been coming to terms with disability and my my new lifestyle, all the while struggling to get my Necessary equipment. I’m trying to make the most of what I got, but I’m to the point where I need some help. Any donations would be greatly appreciated, thank you very much for supporting me In my journey towards an accessible lifestyle.
All donations made to Help Hope Live in Wil’s honor go to help his injury-related expenses. Donations are tax-deductible. If the donation is made by check, 96 cents of every dollar goes to Willie’s uninsured expenses. If the donation is made by credit card, 93 cents of every dollar goes to his uninsured expenses. Any contributions will be greatly appreciated and will help Wil on his way to accessible living.
April 5, 2022
Hey everyone, thank you so much for your support in helping me on my road to accessibility. My family is moving out to a country area, Full of steep hills and brush. Spending time out there has damaged my Primary chair, it also puts strain on my body to navigate the rough terrain. It makes it hard to enjoy spending time outside with my family. Not only that, but it will allow me to get back out in nature, going to the beach, hikes, Walmart, the mountains, And all the other places I love that have been out of reach. The path to accessibility is bumpy getting there but I know a chair that can handle all the curbs, steps, stairs, mud, sand, and rocks that are in my way will definitely make a huge difference, thank you all for helping pave the way.
March 17, 2022
Here’s a YouTube video I made with cr*pple media, which is a media outlets for young disabled voices, which I contribute to. Your donations would help me get a caretaker that could help make it easier for me to create and give back to my community.
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August 2, 2022
Hey Will God bless you and I know sometimes He is the only that understands what you are going through. I feel the same way as I am dealing with prostate cancer. However, as you know sometimes our friends and family don't realize it but all they have to do is be there for us, as we try to be there for others. That's agape love without saying a word. As the apostle Paul said, "when I am weak then I am strong." Keep the faith in the one who came to give us abundant life. I Cor 10:31. In Christ with you...Ron Bournes
July 30, 2022
All the love from Jersey always!!!<3
June 11, 2022
These chairs are so cool! The state parks near me are getting them for visitors to use! Have fun exploring:)