James Robb Kelley has given his life to encouraging and building up others through coaching and mentoring in the Colorado Springs area and across the United States.
During the fall of 2017, Robb experienced odd medical symptoms that prompted his hospitalization and an MRI. Right before Christmas, his medical team diagnosed Robb with Glioblastoma - grade 4 (GBM) - a particularly aggressive form of brain cancer.
While we are believing for Robb's full healing and restoration, this disease has a reputation of being incurable, with an average lifespan of 12-18 months from the point of diagnosis. However, it is worth noting that up to 10% of GBM patients survive beyond 3 years.
For more information visit MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The location of Robb's tumor has made daily life incredibly challenging for Robb and his amazing wife, Shiloh. His particular tumor was inoperable and the radiation/chemotherapy left Robb with some new physical symptoms. The symptoms have been getting more and more pronounced as the weeks pass. Getting through each day, hour, and sometimes minute can be an excruciating challenge.
Because Robb is unable to work and Shiloh is needed to care for him 24/7, WE NEED YOU! Medical expenses are mostly covered by medicaid because of the lack of income and assets, but money for everything else (rent, groceries, bills, etc.) is very badly needed.
What You Can Do: Please pray. Please give.
Give: Income of any sort is the top priority right now. If you can only give $5, thank you! If you are able to give $5,000, please do so. EVERY BIT HELPS!
*all money given to this campaign will be put into a trust that provides for their day to day needs.
Pray: Anyone who knows Robb and Shiloh knows they believe in the power of prayer. Please join us in asking God to miraculously heal and restore Robb.
Share: Robb and Shiloh have impacted many lives. You are welcome (and encouraged) to share your thoughts and prayers here on our Gofundme page or on our Facebook page: We Love Coach Robb. Let's edify Robb and Shiloh with our words and prayers to remind them they are surrounded by a community who loves them and is standing with them.
Click here to follow Robb's journey via Shiloh's own posts.
With all of our Love,
Robb, Shiloh, and friends
We would like to give a special thank you to Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC and their attorneys for helping our team setup the supplemental needs trust for Robb and Shiloh.