Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Caring Bridge/Presents For Purpose

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I don't know if you know Monica Watson Walsh. I do. She is a young, vibrant, fantastic wife and mother of two adorable girls. On Wednesday February 18th,a brain tumor hemorrhaged causing Monica to experience severe trauma and a stroke. At 2PM that afternoon,she had to undergo emergency surgery at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt. Kisco. The surgery successfully removed the tumor. Unexpectedly, it was found to be malignant.She has a long road to recovery ahead of her. Benchmarks are limited and small. She is resting comfortably, she is in good hands, and she has the love and support of thousands of people including you.

Do you know someone who needs support due to a critical illness or life-changing event?
CaringBridge simplifies communication and helps loved ones stay connectedCaringBridge® (www.caringbridge.org ) is a free, nonprofit web service that connects family and friends to share information, love and support during a serious illness.Who uses CaringBridge? More than 20 million families each year turn to CaringBridge for comfort and support during difficult times.CaringBridge® offers free, personalized websites that allow people to stay in touch with family and friends during a health crisis, treatment and recovery. The goal of the service is to ease the burden of keeping friends and family updated, while also providing a way for them to send their love, support and encouragement.
For more information, please visit www.CaringBridge.org .

Presents For Purpose is delighted to help support the efforts of Caring Bridges during the month of March. Please visit www.presentsforpurpose.com to shop and make a difference. If you choose Caring Bridges from the charities box while shopping Presents For Purpose will contribute 25% of the net proceeds from your purchase to Caring Bridges.


lauren said...

Presents for Purpose is a fabulous org.!!!!
So awesome to be able to buy a gift and know that a portion goes to the charity of your choice.

Anonymous said...

right when i think i may stop making comments, you leave me no choice. stace, you truly are amazing. this blog is bringing the social change to our technological world that i always hoped it would. you are changing the use of blogging & i hope you know that. charities must be made aware of to help people cope with their illnesses and you are doing that wonderfully. much love dollface

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