Crowdfunding for Healthcare

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Dear Donor:

We want to extend a very warm welcome to “HealthDonor”, an online site where making miracles a reality is our mission! Our program is set up so as to allow us to give 100% of your generous donations to people truly in need. The foundation of our site allows your financial support to stretch further in reaching someone’s goals of treating cancer, saving a life, or other urgent medical needs.

The financial needs are constantly growing as more and more people are hearing about us and turning to the site and donors like you for assistance. While we want to help as many people as possible, we must keep a frugal budget as all site fees are currently paid by myself out of pocket. With the expense of maintaining the site, staff, social outreach, advertising and accounting, and attempting to pass on 100% of our donations to our beneficiaries, a struggle for the site’s survival is on.

We are requesting personal donations and would be so grateful for any donations that would lighten our administrative financial burden. Our ultimate goal is to continue to pass on 100% of your donations to our beneficiaries while keeping the service open for all to benefit.

Sharing in one another’s burdens,

Andrew Watson
HealthDonor, Inc.

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Maria’s Stem Cell Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease

Maria Luisa was a primary school teacher in her fifties with a talent for putting every child at ease, a woman of indomitable spirit, infectious cheerfulness, and a tremendous love of life. In the spring of 2006, she was struck by a mysterious disease, an unrelenting degeneration of the cerebral cortex, diagnosed by physicians as an atypical form of Parkinson’s disease.

  • 0% Funded
  • $0.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Willie and Sandra Medical Recovery Fund

On April 23rd, 2016 Willie and Sandra participated in the Tulare County Peace Officer Memorial Motorcycle run that began in Visalia, Ca. This particular ride held a special place in their heart because many family and friends of theirs serve in law enforcement. Shortly after the run began they were involved in an accident that ejected Willie and Sandra from the bike.

  • 10% Funded
  • $1,800.00 Funded
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Pastor Dan Medical Recovery Fund

Dan Beasworrick, Pastor, Husband, Father, Veteran, and loving friend was terribly injured in a freak accident at his home on April 12th. While performing maintenance on his Jeep, the saw blade he was using inexplicably shattered, causing pieces of shrapnel to pierce his right eye.

  • 2% Funded
  • $455.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Allan Frias medical fund!!

Allan Frias our teddy bear is battling some heart issues. Please donate to his fund to help cover medical expenses.

  • 0% Funded
  • $0.00 Funded

Gwen Santos Medical Fund

Gwen is battling incurable Stage 4 Peritoneal Carcinoma cancer and has always been the one to give what she has to anyone in need. Now she needs help to pay for medical bills and costs her medical insurance will not cover.

  • 6% Funded
  • $590.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go
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IVF for Brittany and Brandon

Brittany and Brandon are a married couple in Wisconsin who will be celebrating their 15th anniversary this year. They have been trying to conceive for 10 years, and have been told they suffer from “Unexplained Infertility,” which basically means doctors have no explanation for why they aren’t getting pregnant.

  • 22% Funded
  • $3,925.00 Funded
  • 5 Days to Go

Michelle Simmons Medical Fund

Michelle loves her horses, however one of them got the best of her. On February 11th she was kicked in the face and head and suffered serious injuries.

  • 70% Funded
  • $3,506.50 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Brave Nurse Lindsay Wright Battles Lupus and Lymphoma

Lindsay is a fighter. She has Systemic Lupus, Erythematosus, Lymphoma, and a blood clotting disorder which has caused her to have several strokes. Most recent one was at Christmas. She had a full hysterectomy at age 26. The type of Lupus she has causes the body to literally “attack” itself. At age 31, Lindsay was given a pace maker and now lives 100% dependent on it. She receives Chemo treatments twice a month in effort to keep the Lymphoma under control. Raising her family of 3 kids and with the overwhelming support of her husband and her family, she goes to work as an ER Nurse everyday to help others. Please help Lindsay with this battle and her fight to kick Lupus

  • 9% Funded
  • $2,839.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go