Get Me to My Sick Daughter, Kimberly

 
Raised: $2,000.00
Goal: $3,000.00
 
 
 

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Nancy Carter McCurley

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In roughly 3 weeks, my daughter, will have to undergo a very dangerous and complex open brain surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. I long to be by her side more than e... more

 
 
 
 
 
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Updated posted by Nancy Carter McCurley 10 months ago

Dear Facebook Family and Friends, I want to thank those who have donated and prayed and sent such kind words and thoughts. Kimberly is so blessed to have so many wonderful and caring people in her life.

As some of you may know, Kimberly arrived safely in San Francisco last week with hubby and children in tow. What you may not know is that she saw the neurosurgeon who ran some more tests. Kimberly is already suffering some neurological deficits with her speech and motor skills. Her brain surgery is tentatively scheduled for July 9th. It would mean the world to Kimberly and to me if I could get out there to her before then. If you could please donate, any amount is very much appreciated and will help get me to Kimberly. $2, $5, $3.....any amount you can spare, I will be grateful for.......My daughter has two small, beautiful children, and they need as much love, attention, and care as she does. I will tend to not only Kimberly, but to them as well and keep house while she recovers. This will allow for Kimberly to focus and concentrate on getting better and back to 100 percent. If you have already donated, or cannot donate, would you please share this post with your family, friends, acquaintances. Tweet, re-tweet, pin or blog. We really need your help.

Again thank you so much.
Much love,
Nancy McCurley

 

 
 

Updated posted by Nancy Carter McCurley 10 months ago

Dear Family and Friends, Kimberly has arrived with her children and hubby safely in San Francisco. She will see the neurologist/neurosurgeon on Thursday. I anticipate that we may find out then what other tests may be needed before the surgery is scheduled.
Thank you all so, so much for your donations and especially the prayers. Kimberly has asked that I please join her as soon as possible. If you can, could you please donate to help me get out there to my daughter. She needs the love, comfort and support of her mother. It doesn't have to be a large amount. Whatever you can afford to give will be so very much appreciated. We really need your help. Again, thank you all and please continue to pray and share this post.
Much Love,
Nancy McCurley

 
 
 

Updated posted by Nancy Carter McCurley 10 months ago

Hello FB Family and Friends.......next Tuesday, June 18th, my daughter Kimberly will return to the States from Brazil. On Thursday of the same week, she will meet with the highly recommended neurosurgeon in San Francisco. The doctors in Brazil have said that Kimberly's condition is rare.

As you can imagine, I am very concerned about my daughter and I really need to be there for her to provide all the support and love that a mother can.

I also need to be there to care for my grandchildren so that Kimberly can concentrate on healing and rehabilitation.

You've all been so great with the donations and prayers. If you haven't already, would you please give a donation---any amount will be much appreciated and will help to get me to Kimberly as soon as possible.

If you can't donate please share this on your status, page, twitter, or blog to spread the word.

Again, thank you for your kindness and generosity. Blessings to you all.

Much love,
Nancy McCurley

 

 
 
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Created by Nancy Carter McCurley on May 27, 2013

In roughly 3 weeks, my daughter, will have to undergo a very dangerous and complex open brain surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. I long to be by her side more than ever, as her symptoms have progressed from migraine headaches to seizures to memory loss.

She was recently diagnosed with a brain lesion called a cavernoma hemangioma malformation that has the potential to hemorrhage and cause significant damage to her motor center, language center, and memory.

My daughter and son-in-law, have two beautiful children, and they need the added help and support of their Mom, Mother-in-Law, and Memaw before and after the surgery. However, I live in Charleston, SC and sadly do not have the funds on hand to make the journey.

If you are able to give, any amount donated will go toward getting me to my daughter in San Francisco and aiding the family.

Thanking you in advance and God Bless.

 
 
 
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Recent Donations (62)

$2,000 raised by 62 people in 11 months.

$25.00

Courtney Williams Chisholm

9 months ago

 
 

Hi Kim and Nancy I'm sorry this is late and I know it isn't much but I'm so glad that you made it there Nancy. I love you Kim and am praying for you everyday. I am so happy and grateful that your surgery went well and you are recovering. Please keep your faith and everything will be fine.

 

$10.00

Julie Lemar

9 months ago

 
 

I hope you reach your goal and then some! Praying for a successful surgery for you! Be Blessed

 

$30.00

Hannah Gutmann

10 months ago

 
 

Its small, but full of love

 

$30.00

Carter Elysse Nunez

10 months ago

 
 

$15.00

Anonymous

10 months ago

 

$15.00

Anonymous

10 months ago

 

$50.00

Ricardo & Noelle Vitor

10 months ago

 
 

Kim, Gustavo and kids, We have your family in our thoughts and prayers during this time in your lives. We hope to see you guys soon now that we live in the same state. Many blessings to you.

 

$15.00

Anonymous

10 months ago

 

$200.00

Danielle B

10 months ago

 
 

Sorry it took me so long!Ty for helping me when I needed it. Hope everything goes well.

 

$50.00

Anonymous

10 months ago

 

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