Family and friends of John Clifton are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.
John has chosen to fundraise for Help Hope Live in part because Help Hope Live assures fiscal accountability of funds raised and tax deductibility for contributors. Contributors can be sure donations will be used to pay or reimburse medical and related expenses. To make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising campaign, click on the Give button.
April 20, 2021
I’am in Vanderbilt University Hospital awaiting my transplant. Going through the usual prep testing to make sure the donor and I match up.
April 7, 2021
I wanted to reach out and let you know that I’m fundraising to get a heart transplant. This cause is very important to me. After years of trying to make my life better, my cardiologist said there was nothing more he could do. After multiple heart caths, stents, a pacemaker and other heart procedures, I was seen by a surgeon who told me a heart transplant was my only other option.
Would you be able to contribute to my fundraiser? A donation of any amount would truly help me reach my goal. The first year after surgery, the anti-rejection drugs I will be on can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000 per month. Also, the first six weeks after discharge from the hospital, we are required to live in Nashville (or within one hour of) due to the extensive amount of outpatient visits needed for labs and other tests.
I’ am hoping you can find in your in your heart to try to help me. I want to thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide me with. Also, If you could also share my fundraiser link with your friends, it would mean so much. The more people hear about my cause, the better chance I have of reaching my goal getting this transplant. Again, thank you so very much.
John H. Clifton
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April 22, 2021
Sending lots of love and prayers to you and Jaime!
April 22, 2021
With many hugs, much love and lots of faith all will go well. Susan and Tom Rosica