It has been brought to my intention that some people have reached out to Raice about the gofundme. I am his sister and only trying to help ease some of the financial burden he is enduring. I have offered to help take over his bills until he is able to do so. With that being said, any money raised will be going towards his bills, medications, therapy, and anything he will need at home to help make it more accessible for him to use. Thank you for all the support, thoughts, and prayers. Our family appreciates it!!
As most of you know our brother, Raice, was in a horrible head on collision. Raice was taken to FHN and transported to OSF St. Anthony Medical Center in critical but stable condition. He has a broken back, broken pelvis, bruised kidneys, bruised lungs, bleeding of the spleen, and a head concussion. His first surgery is scheduled for 04/06/2021 to correct his lower back. He will need a second surgery but we have had a major setback because he tested positive for COVID. Raice will need 24/7 care when he is home recovering. All medical expenses will be out of pocket as he does not have any insurance due to starting a new career. Raice has 2 small kids at home that miss him very much and we're trying to do everything we can to try and relieve some of the financial burden. We'd like to also use some of the funds raised to make the home more accessible because he will be in a full body cast and possibly a wheel chair and or a walker. His mom , dad, sisters, and mother of his kids have all taken time off of work to be there for support and make it less stressful for not only Raice, but his kids as well. We could use all of the prayers and encouragement during this difficult time. If you're unable to donate please pray and share
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