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A Request for Help for Patti Young – Bro Case

A Request for Help for Patti Young

https://www.gofundme.com/f/urgent-need-patti-still-needs-our-help

Casey Toda is organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Patti Young

Patti Young still needs our help and support. Many of you are already aware but for those that may not be, Patti has been in an extended health crisis for the past 9 months which has left her incapacitated for many of these months. She has been hospitalized more than once and is currently making an improvement but it has been much slower than expected. The doctors have said there isn’t anything that they can do for her other than that she needs to rest and rehab slowly because her nervous system has been traumatized and her muscles have atrophied significantly. She deals with spams and weakness as she’s been affected severely by the events that have lead to the sudden breakdown of her health.

Unfortunately, in this current state she has not been able to work and has had to rely on previous support to get her by. Prior to that she has exhausted all her credit cards, savings, as well as family support. The home health, PT, and assisted living care she has been receiving unfortunately is not covered by her insurance and comes out of pocket along with her regular living expenses. She has tried to file for disability but has had multiple issues come up because of how the system is run in California.
Her current source of provision from previous support has run out completely so there is a great need for immediate assistance. She has been very against raising money through Gofundme again and begged God to help but He has placed it upon her heart to humble herself again and to make her needs known. Patti is not a proud person but this is extremely difficult for her to do. She is used to taking care of herself and being self sufficient. She is not one to look for hand outs so this whole ordeal has been agonizing.

The current cost of living along with the home health care and pt, adds up quickly but she has made good progress since receiving this help. It’s necessary that she continue getting this assistance so that she can heal and recover fully. She currently cannot drive and doesn’t have the ability to do many of the normal functions that we all take for granted.
The current monthly cost of living for Patty with paying rent, food, bills, home care, pt, assisted livings, groceries, etc. is approximately $2600 a month. Please keep in mind that she is currently living in Southern California where the expenses are much higher. This figure is to cover her most basic needs.
Her realistic goal is to be functional and independent by the end of 6 months. It has been very frustrating for her to be in the place that she has with her health but it’s been even harder for her to be in a place of needing to ask for help like this. For those that are able, please prayerfully consider helping Patti get back to that place of strength and health that she has had before. The financial burdens are an added stress to her as she trying to heal and recover. Thank you and God bless you all so much for your compassionate care

 

Brother Jonathan,

I feel so bad to have to reach out to at this time on Patti’s behalf because I know that it puts you in awkward position. You were so gracious in the last request and allowed her gofundme to be posted/pinned on the site and many people gave to her benefit. It bought her more time recover but not enough for her to make a full recovery. I am just asking that you pray about sharing this latest campaign for her. This isn’t what she wants to do and for her it’s honestly been humiliating. I feel very bad for her and I am just trying to help where I can. I know your site is not meant to be used like this but since she has contributed to posts previously, I am asking for you to consider. Please continue to pray for her recovery to be quick and complete. Thank you so much 🙏

God bless you,

Bro Case

Patti’s GFM link:

https://gofund.me/bd8df58f

 

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