Allyson's Fund for a "Rainy" Day

Friends have asked, since December, how they can help Allyson. The meal train filled up in about 30 seconds, her chemo room was booked that there were people sitting in the hallways, people came from near and far to support her, and have still been. However, I have finally found something that those that still want to help, can contribute to for her!

It’s a big secret at the moment.

Endless medical bills are piling up, 3 teenagers at home, she is maintaining her balance, her priority is her kids, as you all know. However, this doesn’t leave much money for the house.

Allyson's home floods whenever there is a large rain. This is a HUGE emotional and physical stress on her right now especially, and it is not going to fix itself. When she goes to resell her home, this is going to be a huge negative on her property value, and she can’t afford that.

I have had a contractor out to the house who has a plan in place, however it will take upwards of $7,500 to try to eleviate the problem. (Details are provided if you would ike to know the process). LET’S PITCH IN AND DO THIS FOR ALLYSON!

Our goal is $10,000, if she has a little left over, so be it, and use it towards other updates needed to the home or medical bills, however she sees fit.

Allyson won’t have to be bothered with the bills.

Allyson is always found doing everything for everyone else and it’s time to do something for her in this challenging time for her.


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Robin Chessick 
Arlington Heights, IL
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