The Sean English Fund

$17,653 of $15,000 goal

Raised by 239 people in 28 months
Kevin Williams
on behalf of Margaret English
 NORTHVILLE, MI
Sean English is a 16 year old student athlete at U of D Jesuit High School. He runs track and cross country and is the reigning Catholic League 1 mile run champion. He is involved in many things at school such as Student Senate and the Black Awareness Society for Education. While his family was on the way to a choir performance, they stopped to help a car on the side of I-96. Unfortunately, a 17 year old hit Sean as he was exiting his family's car. He was hit by the car, breaking his left leg and resulted in the permanent loss of his right foot. While Michigan's No-Fault laws cover many of the financial stresses that go along with a tragedy, Sean's beloved varsity jacket was destroyed in the surgery process and his car broke down a day before the accident. As his close friends, We want to raise money to help the family with whatever miscellaneous costs they may run into while going through this tragedy as well as replace his clothes. Any donation helps no matter how small. We thank you for your love and support during this time of need.
God bless!

-Aaron Poyer, Kevin Williams, Bishara Randolph, John Faulk, Connor Plagens
U of D Jesuit '18
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Al Martin
28 months ago
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Good afternoon! My name is Al Martin, sports reporter/host for WKAR TV/Radio in East Lansing, MI. I host a daily sports-talk radio show weekdays called "Current Sports" at 1pm on WKAR AM870/94.5FM . I recently heard about the story concerning Sean English and the unfortunate incident that occurred on I-96. I would love to tell his heroic story on our airwaves. I was wondering if there was any chance I could get him on my radio show sometime this week at 1:30pm for 10-12 min chat via phone??? Thanks for your time and thoughts and prayers go out to the family. - AL

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$17,653 of $15,000 goal

Raised by 239 people in 28 months
Created April 3, 2017
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SC
$50
Steven Cochran
12 months ago
NF
$200
New Balance Invite Track & Field
26 months ago

On behalf of everyone who ran at the New Balance Invitational (including your high school team), we are all looking forward to seeing your improvements and hope to see you racing with us again soon. This is money donated at the meet and collected by Farmington High and Salem High hosts.

$50
Anonymous
28 months ago
JB
$250
Jefrey Burstein
28 months ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Wishing you strength on your recovery!

$50
Anonymous
28 months ago
NP
$50
Natalie Perelli
28 months ago
AM
$50
Anne Munir
28 months ago

God's blessings for a speedy recovery.

MK
$50
Mary Kruszewski
28 months ago

Sending prayers and strength from a Shrine family. You are in our thoughts and we wish you a speedy recovery. God Bless!

JD
$50
Judy Dietrich
28 months ago

$50.00

T&
$500
The Hodgins Family (Neil '15)
28 months ago
Al Martin
28 months ago
1
1

Good afternoon! My name is Al Martin, sports reporter/host for WKAR TV/Radio in East Lansing, MI. I host a daily sports-talk radio show weekdays called "Current Sports" at 1pm on WKAR AM870/94.5FM . I recently heard about the story concerning Sean English and the unfortunate incident that occurred on I-96. I would love to tell his heroic story on our airwaves. I was wondering if there was any chance I could get him on my radio show sometime this week at 1:30pm for 10-12 min chat via phone??? Thanks for your time and thoughts and prayers go out to the family. - AL

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