Help Girl With Cerebral Palsy in Medford Campaign

Campaign has $30,000 goal.

Screenshot of the Funds for Felicity GoFundMe.
Screenshot of the Funds for Felicity GoFundMe.
Helping a girl with cerebral palsy is the goal of a Medford GoFundMe campaign.

Felicity and her twin brother Ryan were born premature, with Felicity only weighing 1 pound 14 ounces, the campaign writes. As a result she has "dyskinetic spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy."

"As she gets older and bigger, her needs are becoming greater," the campaign writes. "More often than not medical insurance doesn't cover many of these things such as lifts, ramps and adaptive equipment that could help her with everything from hygiene to education."

Having a van with a wheelchair lift for Felicity is a goal that the family has so they can transport her to activities and appointments safely and comfortably.

The campaign started on Jan. 9, and has a $30,000 goal. As of this writing, $230 has been raised thus far.

Click the link in the media gallery for more information, and to consider supporting this campaign.

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