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Family and friends of David McCauley are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with his spinal cord injury. David lives in Brooklyn, NY and was treated at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia. David continues to participate in physical therapy on a part-time basis.

David has chosen to fundraise with HelpHOPELive in part because HelpHOPELive assures fiscal accountability of funds raised and tax deductibility for donors. Donors can be sure that funds donated will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses. To make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising campaign:

Guestbook

October 8, 2013

The following was submitted on Sunday, December 13, 2009 Contributor Details THEODORE TARKOW 609 REDBUD LANE COLUMBIA, MO 65203 United States [email protected] 573-443-1807 Contribution Details $50.00 NTAF New York Spinal Cord Injury Fund David J McCauley I have known David's father for close to 50 years, and his mother for more than 30. My wife and I want them, and David, to know that our thoughts are with him for continued recovery from his accident. Ted and Margie Tarkow

Ted and Margie Tarkow/Columb,ia, MO

October 8, 2013

Hi Dave,sending you and yours best wishes from Ireland! It has been a while since I was in touch however follow your blog with such admiration and respect!Hard to believe its's 9 years since our paths crossed and back then your positivity blew me away, suffice to say that continues!! Sending love and a few mad leprechauns your way, I know you'll have a blast at the marathon!! Best of luck, and as an old irish saying goes: may the road rise to meet you in all that you do!! (Go neiri an bothar leat!!)

Suzanne, Dublin, Ireland

October 8, 2013

Hi David, I''m Mike Cleary. My son is Tim Cleary. I ran marathons for 30 years. I can''t now so I guess I''m letting Jensen and Mears run ''em for me, in my dreams. I''m supporting Jensen half marathon at Indiana with a contribution, but, if Mears runs it also, it would be hard not too provide a matching contribution. Additionally, if either of them should grow two and complete, not the half, but the whole marathon, running, walking or crawling, I''ll double my original contribution. David, my best to you and your family, I know there are physical limitations imposed by circumstance but I would suspect as one of the friends of the amazing group of people my son counts as such you know that the mind is the key. I will add my mind to the task now as well with my good thoughts for you and yours.

Mike Cleary, Columbus, Ohio

October 8, 2013

Dear David, I''m a big fan of your cousin Sue, and she can''t stop talking about how great you are. So now I''m a big fan of yours too, and I''m sending my best wishes and positive thoughts your way. You obviously have a lot of great people on your team. I hope our paths cross one day. Keep up the good work!

Rick Rubin, New York City