A Ride For Tye!!
My name is Tye and I am six years old. I have some health issues that don't allow me to have proper control of my muscles, and therefore I cannot use my arms or legs. This leaves me unable to perform even the simplest tasks, whether it is feeding myself, using the bathroom, playing with toys,walking or sitting up. I also sometimes have severe seizures and a hearing problem. One thing I can do is smile, and I'm pretty good at that if I can say so myself ;). My mommy keeps me very happy. She has her work cut out for her, and I love her very much for putting so much of herself into making me the happy boy I am through all of this.
A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated my sixth birthday. I'm a big boy now! I'm getting so big that my mommy is having trouble transporting me around. She says I'm too big for the car seat now and she has trouble lifting me in and out on her own. She says now that I'm a big boy, I have to be able to stay in my wheelchair when we go to my many physical therapy and doctors appointments.
This is where we need your help!
The vehicles that allow me to remain in my chair during transportation are just too expensive for my Mommy and our family to afford. My mommy heard of this website, and thought that maybe some people out there in the world wide web can help me out! Anything you are willing to donate would be greatly appreciated! My mommy and our family will be posting updates and stuff on here so please come back and check up on us. We'd also love to hear from you if you have any questions!
Thank you so much for your donations and taking the time out of your day to read this!
Thank you to everybody who donated and shared my grandson and daughters story. They need and deserve all the help they can get. For anybody who hasn't got the chance to read there story please take a minute to read it and donate anything you can $1, $5 anything helps and even if you cannot donate please SHARE with your friends and family. They have a hard road ahead of them and this fundraiser will change their lives tremendously.