MTF Children and Families
Posted On: May 29, 2017
Alex is diagnosed with a brain tumor in the brain stem very delicate place to treat. He currently is undergoing treatment at Rady's Children Hospital. Single mom reached out to MTF for assistance. We are helping them through our Medical and Home Assistance Program. You can help Alex by donating any amount to this family who desperately needs assistance. Mom has to leave her job to stay by Alex and help care for him. Thank...Read the Rest →
Posted On: October 16, 2016
Meet Ben he is one of our warrior children fighting ALL Leukemia. He is one of five children. He has an amazing spirit despite all his discomfort with daily/weekly/monthly chemotherapy, monthly infusions, spinal taps and all his other medications and therapies.
The foundation is helping this family under the Medical and Home Assistance program. He is in treatment until end of 2017.
Please consider in donating and help us...Read the Rest →
Posted On: October 3, 2016
Maxx age 5 was diagnosed with High Frequence Hearing loss in both ears, he has severe receptive and expressive language disorder and moderate speech impairment do to the hearing loss. Family fell into financial hardship and their insurance does not cover the cost for hearing aids and all the other supplies, appointmnets and therapy to help Maxx. The Mitchell Thorp Foundation granted the family on Oct 1, 2016 the approval to r...Read the Rest →
Posted On: August 22, 2016
Annuhea is six years old she has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoeytic Luekemia (A.L.L)
Her current treatment requires many visits to the hospital getting chemo, spinal taps, blood work and more. She is a fighter and has a beautiful spirit inside and out despite all her pain and discomfort. MTF is helping assist this family under the Medical and Home Assistance Program. Please consider donating any amount as this will help...Read the Rest →
Posted On: April 11, 2016
MTF helped this family with the final costs that they needed to secure a Conversion Mobility Van after fund raising for two years. Ashley has been diagnosed with Retts Syndrome along with other disorders such as seizures, dysphagia and scoliosis. She is non-ambulatory and depends and requires a wheelchair for transportation. They are so thankful to all their supporters and will be receiving their van in a few weeks....Read the Rest →