Rhiannon Lindley Fundraiser
Rhiannon Lindley, 27, is a wife, nurse and mother of four children, all under the age of 7. Here is her story. "On January 26th 2018 I was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Ph+. What followed was repeated hospitalizations, spinal chemotherapy, IV chemotherapy, oral chemotherapy, steroids, antivirals, antifungals, and antibiotics. Almost exactly a year later, on January 25th 2019 I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. March 6th 2019 I had a procedure to remove it. In the past year and a half I have had countless procedures and the bills just keep piling up. We have a large household, made up of myself, my husband, my developmentally disabled brother (whom we have guardianship of), my 16 year old sister, and 4 small children full time (ages 6, 5, 3, & 21 months). Any help we are giving goes directly to daily living, medication costs and transportation to chemo, and medical bills. I appreciate so much everyone who has helped us by donating or sharing. I am going to beat this!! #rhiannonstrong" - Rhiannon Lindley
"We have an updated GoFundMe that GYNCA asked me to make because August 31st I'm going to be their cancer survivor of the year. I'll be throwing first pitch at Hammons Field." - Rhiannon Lindley. You can click on this picture to be taken directly to the GoFundMe page.
**Updated 03/02/2019 ** The Alice 95.5 Fundraiser was successful! This was a fundraiser to help with immediate expenses and thanks to all those that gave, it was a success! But there are still the incoming medical bills, and that is what the GoFundMe fundraiser is for. It is the more long term one that will give this family the funds to continue the fight. If you wish to donate, please click on the picture below that will take you directly to the GoFundMe page.
I can assure you there is no click bait here. The Great White Ninja Family just wants to help support this local family in their time of need. These links will take you directly to the fundraiser pages. And even if you think that you can't donate enough to make a difference, that is where you are wrong. Every dollar counts. Skip two cups of coffee and give $10. There are hundreds of thousands of people that live in the 417. We are enough to make a difference.