Help the Serpico family
As many of you know, the son of our friend Erin was shot in the neck and critically injured. He is paralyzed to his lower extremities and is facing a lifetime of medical and financial difficulties. Erin and her daughter are with him now, causing Erin to lose money from lost work and travel expenses. Most likely Erin will have to travel several times and be forced to take time from work. As we all know, Erin is a wonderful person and always willing to help others. Any donation is greatly appreciated to help ease her burden
On another note, Erin and I have been working on how to get her the funds efficiently. After working with the staff at GoFundMe, we have decided that I will withdraw the money on her behalf and then transfer to her through our mutual bank. I went into the bank this morning and we've set that up and did a test transfer with no issues.
We appreciate everyone's support, the donations have been amazing. I don't know many of the names I see coming through but Erin's a great person and I'm not surprised that she has friends everywhere. Thanks again!
For the GoFundMe funds to be released to Erin, I have to explain how she will be getting them. I had posted in a previous update that I would be withdrawing funds on her behalf since she is very busy. The account is in my name and then I will be transferring the funds directly to Erin.
As soon as I have another update, I will post. Thanks you all for your support
All of the efforts on Erin's behalf have been amazing. She even came home to a clean house and someone grocery shopped for her and Stella!
Please know that your donations are making a huge impact on her life, allowing her to be with her son and take care of her daughter properly. The amount of travel required until her son is settled in a facility is immense, therefore she will be unable to work for a while. Now she will have peace of mind for her daughter while she navigates this new chapter in their lives. Love to all
Erin is going to be getting her daughter back to school and then returning to care for her son. Hopefully he will be able to begin physical therapy and move to a rehab facility