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Family and friends of Cynthia White are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with her heart transplant.

Cynthia 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.

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March 26, 2023

Welcome to Cynthia White’s financial support website.

In February 2023, Cynthia was placed on a heart transplant list at OHSU in Portland, Oregon. On the morning of March 16th a donor match was located and a few days later Cynthia’s ten hour heart transplant surgery began! The transplant was a success and she is now in her long slow recovery phase.

If you have a desire to support Cynthia's financial needs beyond insurance coverage, or perhaps instead of gifts or flowers , please press the the YELLOW "GIVE button on this page

Some items that will not be covered by insurance include...

- Housing near OHSU

- Housing pre transplant (1 month)

- Housing post transplant (5 months)

- Deductible

- Transportation

- Co Pays

- Some medications

- and more!

Thank YOU for your prayers, your support, your energy, and your encouragement.



** How is this different than Go Fund me? ** Unlike sites like GoFundMe, Help, Hope, Live provide's Cynthia with one-on-one fundraising help, a customizable Campaign Page, bill pay support, and additional benefits based on their nonprofit status.

**How can I connect with Cynthia directly? ** Please click over to her Caring Bridge website to read and view to her most current journal entries,

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May 17, 2023

You will get through this with ease, grace and joy as you have always lived your life that way. Your Higher Power has your back and your friends as well as myself are praying for you. Much love and a speedy recovery

Yolande Sylvain

April 7, 2023

We're looking forward to having a visit with you in Cotati or Susanville sometime in the near future. Get well, stay strong. Keep up the good healing. We miss you. Cathy & Duane

Duane & Cathy Shaw

April 3, 2023

Dear Cynthia,
I am so thankful and grateful that your surgery was a success. The God of your understanding is with you always. May you have a speedy recovery. Blessings and love, Jane

Jane Varner