Pray for Rob Vee
$35,839 of $50,000 goal
Rob is only 40 years old. He has so much to live for and he is fighting for his life every day. He has a wife and two young children whose lives have been changed forever. Your prayers and support are needed not only for Rob but to help his family stay strong to help him keep fighting for his life.
Insurance doesn't cover all the costs associated with this tragedy. Rob needs a private, around the clock nurse. Eventually he will move into a rehab facility and if/when he can come home modifications will be necessary for an assisted living environment.
Anyone who knows Rob knows what kind of person he is. He would do anything for anyone. He's been a mentor for so many, he would give you his shirt off his back, and he's helped change the lives of a community of people. He is loved by so many and he needs your help.
Please donate anything you can. Every little bit helps. He would be the first to donate to any of us and it's our turn to return the favor. The funds will be given to his family for costs associated with his recovery.
Please share this page with as many people as you can. View his pages on Facebook or Instagram @prayforrobvee to see how loved he really is. And please continue to pray for him. We will never give up.
We will be hosting a fundraiser for Rob's Road to Recovery this Sunday at McFaddens Citifield at 1pm. We are happy to announce Rob will be in attendance.
We would like to offer one complimentary ticket to the event to all who have donated through the Go Fund Me page. If you would like to use this complimentary ticket please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued prayers and support.
Words can't adequately express our gratitude for the outpouring of your love, prayers, and support! We are so blessed to be surrounded by your faith and strength! God is answering our prayers! Rob has made tremendous progress over the past few weeks. Today, he embarks on the next chapter of his journey. He is on his way to Rusk a rehabilitation center with NYU. His smile lights up the room when he hears of all the love and support coming his way! Please continue to ask our Lord to heal him body, mind and soul. We are eternally grateful to you all!!
I am so excited to hear the news that Rob will be able to join the party this week. Continued prayers for our dear friend
Do not ever give up. I am post a Traumtic Brain Injury 7 years. They are both similar where it effects the brain. God is good and so is advocating for him all that you can.