On April 1st around 1:30 AM a very tragic incident took place. Our dear friend, Destiny Hoyt, was involved in a roll over car accident. She was ejected from the vehicle and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. She is currently in a coma and has suffered very severe brain trauma.
As of right now she has no medical insurance, and hospital expenses are rising quickly. Doctors are at a loss as to how to further treat her injuries The Hoyt family has to make some crucial decisions quickly; and the purpose of this gofundme is to help cover medical expenses and possible future funeral arrangements.
Destiny has a heart of gold. She is the sunshine on a rainy day. She's hell on heels and whiskey in a teacup. Always the one to go out of her way to help a friend in need, and its now our time to return the favor.
The Hoyt family is asking for your prayers and are hoping for a miracle. Please help us ease the financial burden that they are facing at this time. Anything and everything helps.
David LeCompte was diagnosed in late October 2016 with advanced Multiple Myeloma cancer. In addition to having cancer, David also suffers from psoriasis and diabetes. David is a loving husband to Jodie LeCompte and a caring father of 4 beautiful young girls (Maddisen, McKalie, Amelie, and Olivia). David will soon start chemotherapy treatment at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston. Due to the cancer and upcoming treatment, David is no longer able to work and provide for his family. Jodie is a stay-at-home mom and is homeschooling two of their four girls. This is a financially difficult time for David and his family. This fundraiser is aimed at helping David and his family out by softening some of the financial burden that they are experiencing. We ask that you please consider donating. Let's help David and his family stay strong in order to get through this difficult time!...
As you may know, a week ago my parents went to Boston to evaluate their options for my dad. Definitive diagnosis is AL amyloidosis and multiple myeloma (cancer). He is scheduled to have a stem cell transplant later this month. The process itself it quite intense: a week of growth factor injections and stem cell collection via chest catheter, daily visits to check on vitals (each visit will be 8-9 hours per day), high-dose chemotherapy, and stem cell reinfusion. The entire process lasts about 8 weeks, and he will be "quarantined" from interacting with anyone except his doctors and one caregiver, which of course will be my mother, Elfreda Massie. He'll be in Boston through December and after he returns home, recovery can take several years.
How can you help? Prayer, prayer, and more prayer. In addition to your prayers for healing, wisdom, financial provision, peace, strength (and on and on…), you can also donate funding to help offsite the cost of their lodging, transportation, and the cost of treatment.