Robin Golden is organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Ken Golden.
Hello everyone! This is Robin, my husband Ken unexpectedly passed away on 10/10/2020, our two daughters are Alexis and Megan. Our goal is to raise enough money to make some changes to the house that we live in first, so we can have our family back together, it has been six years that Robin has been in a nursing home because of a disability. We have tried different things already to get Robin back with her family, but it was a failure. The house is a split level with a walkout in the back of the lower level. The plan is to put in a bathroom, finish the bedroom. Secondly we would like to keep raising money to put towards a different house. A house that will be wheelchair friendly throughout, so that we will live together as a family! Instead of only having a small space in the house where Robin could be, but at least she would be home with her daughters who really need their mother. Robin has a rare disorder called Dystonia, it is a neurological muscle disorder. The Dystonia affects her muscles from head to toe, it doesn't affect her heart, and will not kill her, but she is now wheelchair bound, and in so much pain. There is no cure for Dystonia. Dystonia causes your muscles to spasm, contract, and contort, leaving the body to look contorted and disfigured. Robin has trouble smiling, eating, sitting, standing, she no longer has any balance, and she can not control what her muscles do. Now because of the Covid-19 she may not leave the facility or have visitors, and this has been very difficult for the family. The children need their mother, and we would love to put this family back together, but your help is so important to make this happen. Robin will require home health care and a hospital bed as well as other things which are covered by her insurance. Our family would be VERY GRATEFUL for your help to get Mom back home where she belongs. This means so much to us right now and we would love to turn the tears into happy tears which we can only do with your help. We will never forget those who help us put our family back together again. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.