Your support provides hope


At Sara’s Garden, we ensure that serving families is at the heart of everything we do. We strive to provide independence… freedom from drugs… freedom of mobility… freedom to live life to its fullest! However, despite all of the success we have had in changing lives here at Sara’s Garden, families are still in need of assistance. In the United States, HBOT and CE are not recognized as being therapeutic or covered by insurance for many of the conditions that we have success in treating.

Insurance companies will pay for your drug prescriptions… for you to have an invasive surgery… for your wheelchair… for just about anything that will keep you disabled and further dependent on the system to provide for your well being. Families come to Sara’s Garden because they are tired of hearing that there is no hope for their loved ones. They want more for them than what they have been told is possible.

Below is a list of families that are currently in need of financial support in order to afford treatment for their loved ones. Click on a name to get to know the families that need your help and then donate to the ones that touch your heart.

Support Kiara Dodge

As any parent, we want the best future for our beautiful baby girl. We recently discovered a way to get our sick child on her way to a better future by treating her with HBOT. Before we can get [...]

Support Donna Stemen

Donna Stemen was walking down Fulton Street in Wauseon, Ohio on May 26, 2017 and was hit by a train that was running through town.  She suffered several fractures including hip, ribs, and [...]

Support Brooke Hakli

I sustained my first head injury when I was three years old. For the following six years, I suffered from post-traumatic epilepsy, and had my last seizure at the age of nine. At the age of [...]

Support Boe Bohner

I am a fun loving 2.5, going on 3, year old. I was born with a primary condition called Global Developmental Delay. I also have 2 secondary conditions called Hypotonia (low muscle tone) and [...]

Support Taytem Rogers

My name is Taytem Rogers and I was diagnosed with Pitt Hopkins Syndrome (or PTHS) in 2011 when I was 5 years old. What is PTHS? PTHS is a neurodevelopmental disorder with approximately 600 [...]

Support Kim Feehan

Hi! My name is Kim. I am 45 years old and have been a quadriplegic since 1991 after injuries sustained in an automobile accident. I have a Bachelor’s in psychology and a Master’s in Social [...]

Support Kazley Fisher

Kazley is a 10-month-old baby full of love and life. Due to an on-call Doctor refusing to help when Kazley was going into distress during birth, Kazley’s birth resulted in a brain injury. Kazley [...]

Support Stephen Anderson

Hi, my name is Stephen Anderson. I am 28 years old, a proud father of 3 amazing children Eli (4), Adalynn (2) and Seth (2), a husband to my beautiful wife Mary, and a Supervisor at The Home [...]

Support Christie Campbell

In April of 2016, I had a headache that would not go away. The headache continued to get worse and worse until I could no longer tolerate bright lights and began vomiting. I thought it was a [...]

Support Chance Zolman

My name is Chance Zolman. I am three years old but I will soon be four. I like to play with Fisher Price little people and my stuffed monkey. I like to jump, play on my iPad, and watch Disney [...]

Support Breya Zolman

My name is Breya Zolman and I am eight years old, soon to be 9! I like to play video games, robots, and dinosaurs. My mom says I am a “tomboy” and a “mother hen.” When I was around 9 months [...]

Support Ashton Zolman

My name is Ashton Zolman and I am seven years old. I was born with a birth defect called Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum. This rare birth defect is characterized by the absence of the white [...]

Support Rylee Hannah

In many ways, Rylee is a typical 9-year-old girl.  She rolls her eyes, sighs in annoyance, loves fashion, glitter, music and food. She enjoys riding her therapy horse, participating in an [...]

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