Can You Help?

I want to say something here. I try to be careful about fundraising on Facebook or my blog. Truth be told, I could weekly post deserving families who are in dire financial needs. Oh my gosh, the suffering that is brought on just by Burkitt’s Lymphoma alone is staggering.

Colin has been sick since 2014, his battle began with Burkitt’s Lymphoma. It has continued now and morphed into one major battle after another.

One thing that has struck me is the continuing desire of Colin’s mom to steadily communicate with so many people, sharing insightful details of his battle. If you want to take hours reading well written insight into acute and chronic suffering of a family, check out Colin’s Facebook page. I double dirty dog challenge you to go onto his FB page and start reading first from back in 2014 when it all began. There are many ups and downs, all written with delicate insight, and a few special surprises along the way.

All families are deserving of help. I do not post such pleas as this one lightly. If you are a giving kind of person whatsoever, even just $5, you would be shocked at how that little bit makes a difference.

Wonder how I know such to be true? Because of all you did for me when I was sick in 2014. The help and love given to me was outstanding and overwhelming.

Please consider doing the same for this family. It is the small, private things we do that I believe God will look upon with favor, those simple things that help another. You can trust me when I say that quiet help our family received during my second battle (and my first!!) with Burkitt’s was so helpful and put me into tears so many times.

Let’s hope you never ever need the same kind of help.

Thank you.


About Robert I Baxter

Greatest Commandment is #1. Follower of Jesus, husband, father, RN, love photography, cancer survivor of Burkitt's twice (2008 & 2014). Stem Cell transplant November 2014. Work in a neonatal ICU.
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