Help Baby Mia Valentina

The South San Francisco Police Association is seeking support to help one of our association member, Diana Quintero's sister, who is also one of our own Dispatchers, Janet Quintero. Janet's baby daughter was recently diagnosed with Spastic Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy (CP).

Baby Mia Valentina has a tough challenge ahead of her as she’s also battling multiple congenital anomalies and neurological issues as part of her diagnosis.

Although the diagnosis is new, Janet and her husband Rick Isla (San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Deputy) along with their families have already been helping Mia Valentina cope with these developing ailments for the past year since birth. As a result of the constant and extensive round the clock care that’s required, Janet has been unable to work and medical bills are mounting.

Baby Mia Valentina is also scheduled for three more critical upcoming procedures and increased financial hardship is certain. This disorder is a life-long diagnosis which requires a lot of permanent care, patience, and support.

Please help Baby Mia Valentina, Janet & Rick, and the entire Quintero and Isla families as they endure the  tough time ahead. 100% of all donation proceeds will go directly to Mia Valentina’s family to help her live with this disorder!

Donations

  • Andrea Graham 
    • $50 
    • 10 mos
  • Gilda Guerrero 
    • $100 
    • 16 mos
  • Jessie Lyu  
    • $50 
    • 16 mos
  • Kim Trask  
    • $100 
    • 18 mos
  • Ron Jen Clemente 
    • $100 
    • 18 mos
See all

Fundraising team: SSFPA (6)

Fahmida Murphy 
Organizer
South San Francisco, CA
Diana Quintero 
Beneficiary
Brian Blake 
Team member
Diana Quintero 
Team member
Janet Quintero 
Team member
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