Making up for what Amber Heard did not donate

Hi, I’m Morgan.
I’m also a badass survivor of abuse. Like the rest of the world is currently aware, a mega trial regarding mega defamation against Amber Heard for Johnny Depp is underway. (We could all use a mega pint of red wine about now, ammirite?)
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles was another casualty of Ms Heard’s concerning behavior. 3.5 million was promised to this hospital…a center where 2 of my 4 children have been patients, and a place where kids experiencing all kinds medical issues go to get the best care possible.
I’ve set up this fundraiser to start giving back even a portion of what was promised that was never delivered.
All donations go directly to the charity, my own bank account doesn’t even factor into the funds you contribute: no me receiving a cent to transfer the proceeds, your generosity just goes straight to CHLA.
My soul interest is providing an avenue for any folks that come across this fundraiser that would like to and are able to do some good in this situation.

May all who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, emotional abuse, defamation and all other types of abuse heal, get the support they need and go on to live healthy, fulfilling lives filled with loving, healthy relationships.
May those with mental and emotional trauma that abuse others experience justice in balanced consequences for their actions and find the help they need to be responsible for their lives and handle things healthily.

May all the doctors, nurses and staff at CHLA be lifted up by your kind thoughts and generosity, and all the patients and families be surrounded with love and the best care possible.

Many thanks,


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Morgan Hill 
Santa Clarita, CA
Children's Hospital Los Angeles 
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