Help us Heal - support for Meagan Forney's daughter

Help us Heal - support for Meagan Forney's daughter

From Shannon Forney

Meagan Forney (d.November 26, 2015) is survived by 11 yr old daughter Madeline. Please support Maddie's future (educational expenses, after-school programs, therapy, cell phone expenses, etc.). Thanks for lifting us up.

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almost 4 years ago

Huge fat tears. It's been 48 hours and you've already donated over $1,000 to our fund for Maddie. Thank you for your generous contributions, your hugs, your notes of support, the meals, the cookies, the flower you delivered ... such goodness.... I am humbled by our collective humanity - even in the context of our difficult world... there is light. This solstice season, I'm finding the small flicker of hope in the darkness. Thank you for lighting the way.

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Dear Friends,

My big sister Meagan passed away on November 26, 2015. Your support for our family has meant so much to us. Folks keep asking, "What can we do? How can we support you?" Help us turn our grief for Meagan's passing into support for her daughter's future. 

Madeline Forney-Antolik is an 11 yr old kid, facing the world without her mom. She loves dancing, singing, swimming, and has recently started playing trumpet. She is a vivacious kid with a gentle heart. Her dad Shawn is an amazing father, and encourages Maddie to stay active. Help our family continue to provide these opportunities for Madeline. Your contributions help turn our grief into hope. Thank you.

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almost 4 years ago

Update #1

Huge fat tears. It's been 48 hours and you've already donated over $1,000 to our fund for Maddie. Thank you for your generous contributions, your hugs, your notes of support, the meals, the cookies, the flower you delivered ... such goodness.... I am humbled by our collective humanity - even in the context of our difficult world... there is light. This solstice season, I'm finding the small flicker of hope in the darkness. Thank you for lighting the way.

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