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A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked me if she could do a Jamberry fundraiser for my family. If you have been following along for the past year or so, you know that my daughter was hospitalized 7 times last year and it’s been quite a rough time for us.
Between my daughter’s needs and my son’s we have had over $15,000. in medical expenses just over the past year. Because my friend asked, I agreed for her to do a fundraiser for our family. You can read about both of my kid’s stories on this blog, but here is a quick rundown of my kids and why we are doing a fundraiser for them.
Online Jamberry Fundraiser:
This fundraiser is for the overwhelming expenses that the our family faces with our two children’s medical bills and for all the traveling we do to receive therapy and medical care.”
Adam is 4 year old little boy with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Apraxia of Speech, and a Feeding Disorder. Adam has been receiving therapy since he was 12 months old and is doing great! While he still has a long way to go and is still in many many hours of therapy a week, he has thrived with all the help that our family has received for him.
Elizabeth is 1 year old little girl who has complex medical needs. These include a feeding tube, orthotics, (previously on an apnea monitor), and several surgeries. Diagnoses include Severe GERD, Failure to Thrive, Lyrangomalasia, Aspiration, Apnea, and most currently digestion problems and a cyst found on her thyroid. You can follow updates for Elizabeth here: Prayers & Updates for Elizabeth Kaylin.
My friend, Denise who sells Jamberry is donating ALL of her commission. That means no matter what you buy from dhiott.jamberrynails.net with the “Sneed Family Fund Raiser” 30% will go straight to the our family. You can purchase anytime, but the actual party will be on Facebook on February 13th.
IN ADDITION: if you purchase either of the two autism wraps, Jamberry donates $2.00 for every sheet of charity nail wraps purchased to the Autism Society of America. Feeding tube awareness week is Feb 8-14th so we thought the timing was perfect as little Elizabeth is a tubie.
Thank you so much for those that read and keep up with our little family. We appreciate all the support and prayers!