In October of 2016, Rodney Million was hit by a 17 year old-driver who was texting and driving. As a result of the accident, Rodney lost his right leg. Rodney is well on his way to recovery and while he is adjusting to his new “normal”, he is not yet able to return to work or home.
Rodney, his wife Raynece and their daughter Moriyah live in a lovely 100 year-old Brady Heights’ bungalow. Before Rodney can return home, the house will require significant changes. The most immediate need is a bathroom remodel. The Million’s bathroom has a beautiful and original claw-foot tub; unfortunately, it is no longer safe or practical for Rodney to use.
Since his release from the hospital, Rodney and his family have been living with Rodney’s mother-in-law. His mother-in-law has a shower which Rodney is able to get in and out of. I would love to have the opportunity to bless this family with a bathroom and shower that will work for Rodney.
Rodney is a self-employed truck driver. At this time, it’s hard to determine when Rodney will be physically able to return to work. His prosthetic is being constructed. Once he has the prosthetic, he will need extensive physical therapy just to be able to walk, much less safely operate a big rig.
The Brady Heights’ neighborhood association has volunteered to perform the necessary demolition work. My plumber, painter, carpenters, and post construction clean up crew have all offered to donate their time to make this project happen. During the remodel, I plan to host a neighborhood skill-share class in order to teach and empower my neighbors to improve their own homes. I have requested material dontaions from local stores. However I am not sure what materials I will or won't received via donation. This fund is to bless the Millions with a bathroom and easy the financial burden from the accident. Any amount small or large will be a huge possitive impact for their family.
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly. Your contribution will help make this act of kindness possible.
Dani Widell, Widell Renovations