Handicap Vets Van Fund
This is Sean Moore. Sean has served two tours of duty in Iraq. Three months after his return from duty, a careless, uninsured driver turned in front of him while he was on his motorcycle. As a result of the accident, Sean is now a paraplegic and no longer has feeling from his chest down and is now confined to his wheelchair. At the beginning of July, Sean got an infection on the lower part of his body that has hospitalized him. And due to the infection, Sean has had multiple surgeries to remove the dead tissue. Before all of this happened, Sean was an independent person working as a Computer Operator (Civilian) for the Department of the United States Army. Living on his own and spending time with his 7 year old son, Sam, who is very involved in a Little League baseball travellers team, of which Sean has attended all the games. Sean's handicapped accessible vehicle had broken down and is in need of repair. With medical bills starting to rack up, and Sean's extended stay at 2 different medical facilities, he has not had his normal income coming to pay his bills and save up for the repairs needed for his means of transportation. We, being his loving parents and friends, are hoping to get $50k in order to assist with the medical bills and vehicle repairs so Sean can live that life that he has fought so hard to have. We thank you in advance for whatever you can donate.
Sean has been in the hospital now for 18 months. He is hoping to be out in the 4-5 months. The infection is under control, but he is waiting for the wound area to finish closing up, which has been a very slow and grueling process. He has been at the VA Medical Center in Murfreesboro, TN since February 2016 and before that was in Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. Since Sean has been in the hospital he has decide to retire from the Federal Civil Service with the Department of the United States Army. We are still trying to raise the money for Sean to get a reliable vehicle and assist in the medical costs that have come about over the last 18 months. If you can, please support Sean by clicking the "Donate Now" button on this page. Any amount you can donate is appreciated and helpful. Also, please click the "Share on Facebook" to help spread the word.