You Impact Lives
Olga was stuck in earthquake-ravaged Puerto Rico, without electricity to power her portable oxygen tank. She and her son could not afford the change fee for an earlier flight back to the mainland. Care Manager Lisa sounded the alarm, and within minutes, Admin Michelle was on the phone with airlines, pleading the case. YOUR donations helped purchase a ticket that helped her and her son fly home a few days later.
When Beverly’s Care Manager Deb noticed she was using a space heater to keep warm, she inquired and discovered Beverly’s chimney needed repair, as did her furnace. YOUR donations covered the $1,500 cost of repairs.
Francisco, who suffers from pancreatitis and cardiomyopathy, wasn’t getting out as much because he couldn’t afford replacement batteries for his scooter. YOU helped by donating $428 for two new batteries.
Mrs. Paul was prescribed a walker with seat from her doctor, but over the years it was “falling apart with brakes and wires hanging” according to her Care Manager Margaret, who said, “She was using her neighbor’s walker.” YOU helped purchase a new walker by contributing $100.
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