Latest update as of May 09, 2023

  • #JustinStrong#multiplemyeloma#let’s fight this

    Also like to be able to take him to see his children out of state before he is unable to make the trips, they haven’t seen each other in over six years we think it would do a lot of good for him to see his babies at this time and he better hope we can get with you. Much appreciated, as chemo has just begun dialysis has been going for a couple weeks. Bills are piling up as well as travel expenses. It’s very hard to do but we are doing this together. His fight is our fight.

About this fundraiser

My name is Pam and I am trying to raise funds to help my brother Justin. Here is his story...

On 4-13-23 Justin went to the ER with some swelling. The next morning they told us that he had kidney failure and both kidneys were at 0% so they immediately start wanting to investigate. Just a few days into the hospital they started dialysis to help keep his blood clean and remove toxins. This is something you dont take easy and you never know how long it will be for. Still in the hospital as of 4-22-23 after being told on 4-21-23 what the cause of the kidney failure was...Multiple Myeloma, a type of blood cancer. We all know how devastating news like this is and unsure of what to do or how to help. So now not only has he become a dialysis patient 3 times a week currently but now he is facing a larger battle on top of it, cancer treatments. We have a long road ahead of us and big fight that we are facing together. There are going to be several trips to Tampa in the upcoming weeks as well as other appointments consistently. He obviously will be out of work for an unknown amount of time. Any help I can get for him to help with trips to the doctors and co-pays for all appointments and his personal needs and bills are greatly appreciated. I understand times are tough for everyone right now and if all you can do is share we understand. If you know any business owners that would donate for raffles or put up a donation cup that would be greatly appreciated as well. Anything and everything that could help in this difficult time. Justin is ONLY 40 years old and still has life to live. The doctor has hopes that his kidney function will bounce back in due time with the dialysis. We are praying for this to happen and for the cancer treatments to work their magic. We are not sure how long of dialysis he is looking at 

Organized by

Jessica Wright

Punta Gorda, FL, USA