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Family and friends of Andrew and Amber Reynolds are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.

It is heartbreaking to watch loved ones suffer, to lose the ability to work, and enjoy family activities. To be able to do simple tasks that we all take for granted like walking up stairs to get a drink of water, or to be able to do things for your family such as the laundry or mowing the lawn.  Unfortunately, my family is doing just that and I’m sharing our story of my husband and our oldest child in hope to raise money for a heart transplant and medical expenses for my husband Andrew and the future transplant and medical expenses for our daughter Amber. 

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June 21, 2023

Our journey continues, we are onto our next chapter of waiting a heart transplant. As of June 12 Andrew has been admitted into the hospital until he has a much needed transplant.

Amber will be having her year follow up/testing to see where her heart function is. We are hoping she is still a live the transplant numbers and has more time before she walks that path.

Unfortunately he is a harder match so it could take from 2-3 months is the educated guess on time time.

December 16, 2021

Hello everyone out there….

My name is Andrew. I have been told to start blogging about my feelings on this “heart transplant” journey, but the problem is: I hate everything about this little adventure, and I suck at writing. However, everyone is asking what is going through my head, so I am going to stumble and muddle my way through this.

I feel like a mutant with all the medical drama myself and my daughter Amber are facing. But then again, I am in good hands while being a mutant. The X-men and the Ninja turtles are all mutants, so the company is ok. During the next few months, or even years, I will keep everyone updated on how it is going: the highs, the lows, and everything in between. The doctors have all stressed over and over that this will be a long process, I may be on the transplant list for years. I guess this is an invite to follow me on my journey, for all that entails. I can promise it will be a long journey, without breaks, or a map, or even a destination known. So come ride shotgun with me.

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November 17, 2022

Thinking about you all ❤️❤️

Mary Mack

December 12, 2021

Sending lots of love!

Liz Olson

December 11, 2021

I wish your family the best possible outcome! Love and prayers to you all! ❤
Merry Christmas!

Stephenie Echols