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As many of you know, I was born with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that affects the respiratory and digestive systems. Diagnosed at age six, I have been slowly losing lung capacity throughout my life. Today, I am unable to work, and even with supplemental oxygen, simple tasks such as showering and getting dressed have become difficult. My wife and I have been told that my only chance at survival is to have a double-lung transplant.

Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic are overseeing my care, and I know this transplant will give me a new lease on living, and a quality of life I have yet to experience. Unfortunately, the transplant that will save my life does not come without cost.

Updates (2)

March 10, 2014

This is all so overwhelming folks! After just one week of campaigning on Facebook, we essentially reached our original goal! Our compiled total after one week is $9,185, with more coming from those who mailed checks! As we still have several events in the works, we had to raise our goal! Stay tuned for updates on our upcoming events, and how you can help. To all of you who donated, shared our page on Facebook, and gave us your love and support, you are all AMAZING! Thank you all so much!

March 5, 2014

Holy cow folks! I’m blown away! It has only been a few days into our Facebook campaign, and so far we have raised $6,515.00!!! And that doesn’t even include those of you that mailed in checks! I would like to thank everyone who donated, shared the link with their friends and family, or just shared your love and support with us! I’m in shock!

Guestbook

June 6, 2016

In memory of Gabe, and in celebration of your shiny new lungs. Go get 'em, Scandalous Travis!

Tiffany

February 1, 2016

Travis and Erika, sorry about your loss!

Don (Dad)

April 1, 2014

Hey Travis! My boss Pete caught me checking on your page here at work and he decided to contribute to the fund as well! Time to kick *** and chew bubblegum!

Rob H.

March 19, 2014

Yo, Travis! Stay strong.

Jeremy