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Family and friends of Patrice Jetter are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with Catastrophic Illness.

Patrice Jetter has diplegic cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities. She wears leg braces and walks with a crutch.She lives independently in her own apartment and loves decorating with her own style.
She needs a newer model accessible van so she can continue to work as a school crossing guard, a job she loves very much. She’s also very active in the community. She also does bowling, bocce, and Figure Skating (she skates better than she walks) in the New Jersey Special Olympics.
You also can see her in Episode 5 called “Uniforms” in the docuseries, “Worn Stories”, a show about clothes and the stories behind them.
She also volunteers time with kids at IceLand Rink’s “Learn to Skate” program and their summer camp as well.
She will be representing New Jersey at the 2022 USA GAMES in Orlando FL, as an athlete leader and a membership of the Logo Design Team. She is also an avid artist and a model railroad enthusiast. Her other van was 18 years old when it died. She really needs a much newer model accessible van so she can continue to work and be active in her community.

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May 8, 2022

Thank you for all of your support! Every little bit helps! Remember that no donation is too small. I appreciate all of you!

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January 6, 2023

Just saw Patrice on Netflix's 'Worn Stories' and was absolutely amazed at this woman's tenacity, talent, and humor. She's a treasure!

Viki Johnson

December 30, 2022

Let's get there!

Anonymous

December 28, 2022

Happy Holidays! Love you, Patrice & Garry!

Innbo Shim