Family and friends of Tom Spratte are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with his spinal cord injury, and equipment to help him live a more productive life. Tom was in a car accident March 13, 2007, which left him with a c-6 spinal cord injury. He is a quadripalegic, with minimal use of his arms and right hand, nothing on his left hand.
Tom has chosen to fundraise with HelpHOPELive Catastrophic Injury Fund in part because HelpHOPELive provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to his contributors. Contributors can be sure that funds contributed will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses, and necessary equipment needed to live a more independent life.
June 5, 2010
Tommy, now we can start raising funds to make your life a little more liveable. We, your family want you to happy and healthy and to begin to live your life to the fullest! I love you and know that things will soon be better. Love yo momma
Louette sommers, oceanside ca.
August 21, 2009
Hey guys looks like we''re at a stand still.. but we''re not. Tommy''s hand is working well and now to get the other one done. Then we will be rolling. Need to get some more cash for stem cells.. Heidi sure gave me a scare. But she is bouncing back, hard to keep a good woman down, you know.Love you guys
January 5, 2009
Hey guys!!! Been awhile I know but just stopping by to hey and I have been thiking about some fundraiser stuff. We need to get the ball rollin. Love You Guys
October 7, 2008
Tom and Heidi, I''ll start by saying God bless you both and your families. I saw this site on your Garden on MySpace, and I''ll tell you it was a very strange event. I read the link and all I could do was click on it. I couldn''t pass this one up, and I''m glad I didn''t. My name is Janelle and I''m 16 years old. I''m not sure how much help I could offer as to fund raising but I wish you the best of luck and I hope you know that you are in my prayers and best wishes! I''m sorry I can''t do more. ~ Janelle
Janelle R. Hilo, HI