Loving hand for Christopher Bethay

$1,400 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 24 people in 34 months
Lori Bethay
on behalf of Miranda Bethay
 YAKIMA, WA
Christopher was born with Ectodactyly syndrome, one finger on each hand and 2 toes each foot. He is facing his first of many surgeries on February 8 of this year in clevland, oh. His mom is a single parent and faces many challenges, can we give her a hand in helping her meet this financial challenge.
visit christopher on facebook at his site Take My Hand.
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On our way to Cleveland, just waiting at SeaTac for our plane. 5 days till sergery. Please reach out a loving hand to christopher, and donate to his gofundme.com accout. Every dollar helps cover cost related to his surgery. Please share with your contacts. Thank you
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1 week till the first of many surgeries for christopher. Please lend a helping hand to help cover these expenses, for his mom is a single parent.
this is christopher shortly after birth.
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5 days till we leave for clevland. Please take a moment to donate for christopher's surgery. Any amount is helpful to help cover expenses for this surgery. Please share with family and friends. Thank you
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Big thank you to Ellen, Kim and Patrick for their donations to christopher's surgery fund.
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Yassamin Jamshidian
33 months ago
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Wishing Christopher the best with his surgeries! Kristen Bishop, Christopher's mother wants Christopher to have surgeries so he can have better motor skills with his hands. Being able to use fingers to manipulate objects is essential for basic independent life (such as eating, writing, etc). Loving your child, means wanting the best possible life for them. If surgery can improve Christopher's quality of life, then why wouldn't she want it?

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Miranda Bethay
33 months ago
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Thank you so much to everyone who has blessed us with this financial help! Christopher is such a lucky kid to have so many amazing, supportive people in his life.

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Amber Sachs
32 months ago

My son and botfriend have the same hands your son does. His feet are also "deformed". Most of the family does as well. As a mother I understand why you're doing this. I really do. I know what my son will have ridicule. That he'll face judgement unfairly and cruelty. But I also know that he'll never think that I don't love him or think he's perfect. Because I do, and he 100% is. I wish you and your son all the best in the world!

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Kristin Bishop
33 months ago

So you're basically showing him that in your eyes God didn't make him perfect? Unconditional love, that's what a parent is suppose to have. I pity Christopher for having a mother who is choosing to alter his body rather than appreciate what God has given. Instead, you should have taught him that he is perfect in your eyes, no "alterations" needed.

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Lori Bethay
34 months ago

Dear julia thank you so much

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Lori Bethay
34 months ago

Pleas share withh all your friends and family

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$1,400 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 24 people in 34 months
Created January 7, 2016
Lori Bethay
on behalf of Miranda Bethay
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33 months ago
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Michael & Janette Bell
33 months ago

God Bless you and Christopher. He is such a cutie and may the Lord bless you both. My husband and I were touched by your story and wanted to help.

DR

Good luck, lil Christopher. You've got a great home team and the most brilliant Mama.

Yassamin Jamshidian
33 months ago
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Wishing Christopher the best with his surgeries! Kristen Bishop, Christopher's mother wants Christopher to have surgeries so he can have better motor skills with his hands. Being able to use fingers to manipulate objects is essential for basic independent life (such as eating, writing, etc). Loving your child, means wanting the best possible life for them. If surgery can improve Christopher's quality of life, then why wouldn't she want it?

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Miranda Bethay
33 months ago
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Thank you so much to everyone who has blessed us with this financial help! Christopher is such a lucky kid to have so many amazing, supportive people in his life.

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Amber Sachs
32 months ago

My son and botfriend have the same hands your son does. His feet are also "deformed". Most of the family does as well. As a mother I understand why you're doing this. I really do. I know what my son will have ridicule. That he'll face judgement unfairly and cruelty. But I also know that he'll never think that I don't love him or think he's perfect. Because I do, and he 100% is. I wish you and your son all the best in the world!

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Kristin Bishop
33 months ago

So you're basically showing him that in your eyes God didn't make him perfect? Unconditional love, that's what a parent is suppose to have. I pity Christopher for having a mother who is choosing to alter his body rather than appreciate what God has given. Instead, you should have taught him that he is perfect in your eyes, no "alterations" needed.

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Lori Bethay
34 months ago

Dear julia thank you so much

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Lori Bethay
34 months ago

Pleas share withh all your friends and family

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