|Posted by Joshua Richard on March 14, 2018 at 7:45 AM||comments (3)|
3/13/18 - A bath bench was approved for a Watsontown, PA woman at amount of approximately $60.
3/13/18 - A bath bench was approved for an Avis, PA man at amount of approximately $80.
7/15/18 - A Milton, PA boy is unable to communicate. Walk On Foundation purchased a IPAD and App Store Cards for the family so they may utilize Proloquo2go to communicate with their child. Cost was approximately $650.
|Posted by Joshua Richard on January 27, 2017 at 9:30 PM||comments (1)|
1/10/17 - An autistic boy from out of state was in need of a compression vest and chewy tubes. Walk On Foundation purchased both at price of $110.
1/10/17 - A Sunbury, PA family must travel to Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia for Cystic Fibrosis appointments. Walk On Foundation sent the family $150 to help assist with cost of gas, tolls, parking, etc.
02/13/17 - A Watsontown, PA man with many medical needs was referred to us by a Sun Home Health Social Worke...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on January 8, 2016 at 1:50 PM||comments (0)|
01/06/16 - A 37 year old Mifflinburg, PA female was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer. She has a $50 copay per treatment and is expected to have treatment 5 days a week for the next 6 weeks. $250 was sent directly to Evangelical Hospital to help cover her treatments.
03/08/16 - A Mifflinburg, PA woman must travel numerous times over next 6 weeks to :Lewisburg, PA for chemo treatments. Walk On Foundation assisted with $50 in gas.
03/08/16- A Sunbury, PA family...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on January 26, 2015 at 3:10 PM||comments (1)|
1/24/15 - A Winfield, PA man must travel to Philadelphia, PA for admission to a hospital for 5-7 days of treatment. The family traveling along with is requesting assistance with travel and food costs. Walk On Foundation provided the family with $200 to assist with this trip.
1/24/15 - A Quakerstown, PA man must undergo treatments for RSD that costs approximately $300 and must travel to Rhode Island for these treatments. Walk On Foundation provided the family with $300 ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on February 5, 2014 at 7:35 PM||comments (0)|
02/05/14 - A Lewisburg, PA family currently has a father hospitalized at a hospital in Philadelphia with Sjorgens Syndrome and a child at a hospital in Pittsburgh with other medical issues. Family is in need of assistance for hotel in the Philadelphia area. Walk On Foundation provided $500 towards the families hotel to allow them another 4 days.
02/26/14 - A Penns Creek, PA woman who is currently dealing with medical issues is unable to walk and utilizes a electric wheelchai...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on February 5, 2013 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
02/01/13 - A lady from Lake Aerial, PA is disabled and must use an electric wheelchair. Her wheelchair batteries have died. Walk On Foundation purchased the batteries needed at cost of $285.80
02/01/13 - A Danville, PA family has a small boy with TAR Syndrome. The boy is in need of traveling to Baltimore, MD in March for further evaluations. The family was in need of assistance with travel costs. Walk On Foundation has provided the family with $200 towards ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on January 20, 2012 at 12:25 PM||comments (0)|
01/12/12 - A gentleman from Sunbury, PA was in the hospital for nearly 2 months before being diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. Walk On Foundation assisted him with his Home Owner's Insurance during this hospitalization at the cost of $206.34
02/10/12 - A lady from Georgia who has a rare form of cancer needs to go to a hospital in Texas for treatment. Walk On Foundation provided the husband and wife with round trip airfare so she may receive the treatment needed.&...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on October 9, 2011 at 10:25 AM||comments (0)|
I encourage you each to take a moment to read the story below that was written by a local 30 year old wife, mother, daugther, and devoted Christian. This December will be one year since her diagnosis of Breast Cancer.
I can't confidently say that I noticed the pink ribbons in October 2010, but I can say without a doubt that no pink ribbon has gone unnoticed by me in October of 2011. If I don't see it first, one of my children will inevitably point it...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Joshua Richard on September 30, 2011 at 9:05 PM||comments (0)|
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