Help Amber fight

Most of us live our lives each day just going through the motions. We forget to see the light and beauty in all things. We take so much for granted. Each day is a blessing to just wake up and live another day. Last week my best friend of almost 20 years received horrible news that she has a brain tumor growing on her frontal lobe. Can you imagine hearing those words? Nobody is prepared for news like this but all of us, her friends, Co workers, family, and even strangers we all can help her get through this. This woman has such a beautiful heart and can make a room light up with her amazing smile and personality. She has been through so much these last few years and lately she finally seemed to be finding peace and happiness before she received the news. Many may or may not know Amber has suffered with anxiety and depression for a lot of her life so many cannot imagine what her poor mind is going through. The very last thing she should be worrying about is finances. Every penny counts and will be used to help her and her two beautiful daughter survive because right now she is unable to work or even drive. Let's wrap our arms, hearts, and money around Amber and her family. Those that cannot contribute please pray for healing and strength. Also, all of you that that read this share and tell about how Amber has touched your life and share this page so others can help. Amber needs us. It hurts me to write this but I know we can come together to help her. I have faith that God will heal her and strengthen her but until that day I know He is walking with her. Let's all hold hands and circle around her and help her as well but contributing to this Love Fund account.

Thank you,

Denise Ellenwood (Jackson )
  • Kathryn Ballard 
    • $50 
    • 55 mos
  • Nichole Decker 
    • $100 
    • 56 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $100 
    • 56 mos
  • Kirsten White 
    • $5 
    • 56 mos
  • Casey Billups  
    • $100 
    • 56 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Denise Ellenwood 
Airway Heights, WA
Amber Noelle Stanford