On 12/27/23 Wade sustained a severe injury from a firecracker he found left outside nearby his home residence. The firecracker left his right hand destroyed. He lost multiple fingers and severed his hand down the palm, damaging nerves, muscle, and blood vessels. He was emergency airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital where he underwent immediate surgery, and is now under 24/7 care in the PICU. His doctors have advised the long road to recovery he is now facing, with two surgeries already behind him and many more to go to see what can be reconstructed. Between the surgeries, physical therapy, and the possible need for a prosthetic it is a daunting road ahead for Wade and his family. Natalie, his mom, is a single mother raising Wade along with her other two children and is solely responsible for Wade in every way. She works two jobs just to support her children and provide for their needs. This injury will impact the family financially amongst the physical pain and disability Wade now faces. With no certainty of what insurance will entirely cover as of now, the best support we can give to this family is financial assistance. We ask if you can support Wade, Natalie, and the family that you donate anything you are able to. We appreciate any and all support given for this family who now faces this unfortunate life challenge.
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This team raised $2,768 from 25 other donations.