Rogge Family

Joe Rogge has severely injured his arm and will be unable to work for up to a year. Joe is the primary source of income for his family which means they will have substantial financial troubles in the very near future.  You can help remove this heavy burden from the Rogge Family in their time of need. Will you help? 
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Funds donated to help the Rogge Family will be used to pay rent, buy food and pay utilities.
Please note: If you are injured you are not eligible for unemployment (see the end of this message for more info). 

As you can see below the Rogge Family just does not know how to stop giving. They are a blessing to everyone they come into contact with and the world is a better place for their efforts. Thanks for reading. Please donate, and spread the word to a few people you’d like to share their story with!

Joe & Tricia
Help  give hope to foster children by volunteering at Royal Family Kids Camps, mentoring and fundraising for more than 5 years. They serve their church (MBC) by ushering and greeting visitors at the guest hub. They have supported several missions trips by others at the church but have not made a trip themselves because they need to help their daughters pay for collage. They also have been caring for Maddy as she struggles with health problems and a condition that affects her ankles (Osteocondritis) that requires continual operations. Even though they are in need they continue to serve others never asking for help for themselves even as they struggle to make ends meet and try to help their girls through collage.

Paige
Served on a missions trip to Kenya where she worked at an outreach with teens and children.  Volunteered in Pass Christian, MS helping Katrina survivors that are still trying to recover. Volunteers at PATH Crisis in Bloomington where she answers phones for various public service programs that help people in need. Helps her church (MBC) with children's Christmas musicals and volunteers for vacation bible camp (SpyKidz). She is currently studying to become a Social Worker where she can use her skills to help people solve and cope with life's problems. Has volunteered with Royal Family Kids Camps for more than 5 years were she brings hope to foster children by serving at summer camps and mentoring.

Maddy
Served on a missions trip to Guatemala were she helped at a hospital for the poor and worked at an outreach with teen and children. She volunteers with her churches production team where she helps controls everything from lights, audio mixing, video recording and online streaming. Volunteered at her church (MBC) where she helped 3rd through 8th graders during Amped Camp where kids learn how to lead church services. She also volunteered for the last 5 years to help with children's Christmas musicals at her church. Has volunteered with Royal Family Kids Camps for more than 5 years were she brings hope to foster children by serving at summer camps and mentoring. She is currently studying to become a nurse where she plans to use her skills to help comfort the sick and improve the quality of the lives in her care.

Additional Information:
State of Illinois - Unemployment Insurance Benefits Handbook 
Pages 4 and 12
In order to be eligible for unemployment you must be able to work. If you are sick or injured you don't qualify.

Donations

  • Anonymous 
    • $20 
    • 23 mos
  • Jessica Roncone 
    • $20 
    • 23 mos
  • Lidia Salgado 
    • $100 
    • 23 mos
  • Jill Huddlestun 
    • $30 
    • 23 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $20 
    • 23 mos
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Organizer

Frank Brunner 
Organizer
Minooka, IL
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