MTF Children and Families

Duarte Family

Duarte Family

Posted On: January 16, 2012

MTF is helping this family of five. Their daughter Danae age 6 has Hydrocephalus Cerebral Palsy. They currently are all living in one bedroom that they rent from their uncle. They have to much medical equipment to put in the one bedroom. They have to carry her up and down the stairs where the bedroom is. The Foundation is helping the family with a deposit and first months’ rent on a two bedroom apartment on one level....

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Fernanda

Fernanda

Posted On: December 5, 2011

MTF is helping this single mom, her daughter Fernanda age 9 has Cystic Fibrosis. MTF assisted her with grocery gift cards for food and gas card to get her to and from her daughter’s therapy and hospital visits....

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Reuney Family

Posted On: August 20, 2008

MTF is helping this single mom of three her youngest is diagnosed with Ganglioneuroblastoma. She needs help with gas money to and from the many visits to the hospital while he is having treatment. The Foundation has assisted in her living expenses for two months....

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Jayden

Jayden

Posted On: August 18, 2008

Jayden is 2 years old he has recently been diagnosed with AML Leukemia. Mom is a single parent with two other siblings age 9 & 11, She had to leave her job to be by Jayden’s side at the hospital while he receives treatment. Mom reached out to the Mitchell Thorp Foundation for assistance. ...

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Sam

Sam

Posted On: August 7, 2007

Until less than one year ago, Sam Reiser lived the life of a typical healthy, active sixteen-year-old. He enjoyed hanging with his friends, going to high school and playing on the Carlsbad High Freshman volleyball team. Then in March of 2009, Sam and his parents sought medical attention for a lump in his neck that they thought was the result of a strained muscle. After what they assumed would be a routine trip to the docto...

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