As most of you know, our county took a hard hit during Hurricane Harvey. One person that took a hard hit in particular is a friend of mine. As a fellow nurse, I have seen this girl give so much to help others. Recently, she and her husband bought their first home. Then a disaster known as Hurricane Harvey struck one month later. They did not have flood insurance like many others in this area. The water was rising too fast, and they did not have time to save much.
This girl is full of Texas pride and pride in the fact that she and her husband come from Danbury Texas. They are the epitome of homegrown roots and small town life.
At work, she strives to take care of this community as an ER nurse. She is there for the booboos and sniffles, as well as, the first one to use her #supernurse skills to save a life. She was one of the first to check in to be there for her community after leaving a damaged home. she showed up with a garbage bag full of clothes ready to work. The community has supported her husband with the mucking and gutting, now she needs a little bit more support to rebuild their home.
They had just moved into their home and made their 2nd mortgage payment. She and her husband work hard and do not qualify for much assistance other than a federal loan. She and her husband have three beautiful kiddoes and could use a little support. These funds will help her rebuild and buy supplies.
I am asking you all to consider giving to her. Let's show some Danbury pride and give her our small town support! Rebekah, love you girl. #Texasstrong #Danburystrong