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Welcome to Kirk’s HelpHOPELive page. Several of you have expressed interest in raising money or making contributions to help defray some of his uninsured medical expenses.

We have done extensive research and found HelpHOPELive to be the most efficient and accessible way to manage financial contributions. HelpHOPELive provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to contributors. Contributors can be sure that funds contributed will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses.
The HelpHOPELive/Catastophic Injury Program is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. To qualify donations as tax deductible and to protect Kirk’s eligibility for Social Security and gov’t program assistance, contributions must not be made directly to Kirk.

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December 16, 2016

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March 21, 2010

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April 21, 2010

I'll always remember the time I was riding Poor Farm and you came jogging by - some cuts and scratches - I asked what happened and you told be you bent a rim and thought you'd just run - I thought then, better man than me - I'd of called it a day and gone home - I love the way you pick yourself up and carry on - I think of you when I ride and look forward to running into you again -

johnny lux / center of the universe

March 2, 2010

Kirk, It's Nancy, your cousin from Hopewell, Va. I am so happy that you and Clay are now living the apartment life. I love reading your entries. Even though I don't write often, I think about you guys daily and hope that you continue to get used to your new surroundings. I read about the wonderfully successful cycle-a-thon this past week-end. That's great! I'm getting ready to email
your dad right now. Keep your stories coming. Best of everything to you and Clay and of course Bella da dawg. Until next time, Nancy

Nancy Karabaich, Hopewell, Va.

January 28, 2010

Good luck getting back on the bike man! Here's to a quick recovery, cheers.

Zach, Ohio