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FAMILY SPONSORSHIP

Your support provides hope

LARGE OR SMALL, YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS

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 Kim Lauber
My name is Kim Lauber. I am married to Bruce Lauber and we are from Archbold, Ohio. My story begins early this year when I began experiencing some unusual health
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Support Jim Fox
We first began to notice tremors in our dad’s left hand well over a year ago. A doctor’s appointment in March 2023 confirmed what we had suspected, Dad had Parkinson’s
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Support Wendy Yeager
The year 2023 has held great challenges for me. Almost 12 months ago I began experiencing problems with my skin. Several months later we discovered mold in our attic due
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Support Greg Anderson
In August 2018, I was on a motorcycle trip traveling through British Columbia. I started feeling sick so I decided to return home. In Wisconsin, I stopped to visit my
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Support Rylee Scamaldo
Rylee Scamaldo was born on November 26, 2018 and was the easiest baby ever. She was a “put me down and let me sleep” baby and toddler. She is now
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Support Butch Kline
As many of you are aware, Butch went from being in good health to barely functioning in a matter of weeks. Just this past November, Butch received a clean bill
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Support Jolie Heberling
I think you all know by now that I have this fun little condition called MS, or Multiple Sclerosis. While it is different for everyone, for me it has been
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Support Mary Kraft
As many of you know, Mary was born with a brain malformation called Lissencephaly, which means “smooth brain”. It is a neuronal migration disorder where the brain stopped forming correctly
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Support Ethan Pawlowski
Ethan was a senior in high school looking forward to graduation. He helped coach his brother’s baseball and football teams, worked a part time job, loved video games and hanging
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Support Amanda Pirooz
On December 19, 2011 my world changed. I was awakened in the night with severe head and neck pain. I couldn’t even talk. I had developed viral meningitis. My white
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Support Kim Lauber

Support Kim Lauber

My name is Kim Lauber. I am married to Bruce Lauber and we are from Archbold, Ohio. My story begins early this year when I…
Support Jim Fox

Support Jim Fox

We first began to notice tremors in our dad’s left hand well over a year ago. A doctor’s appointment in March 2023 confirmed what we…
Support Wendy Yeager

Support Wendy Yeager

The year 2023 has held great challenges for me. Almost 12 months ago I began experiencing problems with my skin. Several months later we discovered…
Support Greg Anderson

Support Greg Anderson

In August 2018, I was on a motorcycle trip traveling through British Columbia. I started feeling sick so I decided to return home. In Wisconsin,…
Support Rylee Scamaldo

Support Rylee Scamaldo

Rylee Scamaldo was born on November 26, 2018 and was the easiest baby ever. She was a “put me down and let me sleep” baby…
Support Butch Kline

Support Butch Kline

As many of you are aware, Butch went from being in good health to barely functioning in a matter of weeks. Just this past November,…
Support Jolie Heberling

Support Jolie Heberling

I think you all know by now that I have this fun little condition called MS, or Multiple Sclerosis. While it is different for everyone,…
Support Mary Kraft

Support Mary Kraft

As many of you know, Mary was born with a brain malformation called Lissencephaly, which means “smooth brain”. It is a neuronal migration disorder where…
Support Ethan Pawlowski

Support Ethan Pawlowski

Ethan was a senior in high school looking forward to graduation. He helped coach his brother’s baseball and football teams, worked a part time job,…
Support Amanda Pirooz

Support Amanda Pirooz

On December 19, 2011 my world changed. I was awakened in the night with severe head and neck pain. I couldn’t even talk. I had…
Support Katherine Lopez

Support Katherine Lopez

As most of you know, I am from Fremont, Ohio. I raised three children by myself and worked in a factory in order to finally…
Support Sydney Schimmoeller

Support Sydney Schimmoeller

As most of you know, our daughter Sydney was diagnosed with severe Autism when she was two years old. She also suffers from seizures. Over…
Support Josey Hrosko (Lashley)

Support Josey Hrosko (Lashley)

Thank you for all the support of our family over the past four years since Josey’s birth and especially recently as we dealt with some…
Support Kyler Campbell

Support Kyler Campbell

Hello! My name is Kyler Campbell and I’m writing to ask for financial assistance to go to summer camp. I am 18 years of age…
Support Rylee Hannah

Support Rylee Hannah

In many ways, Rylee is a typical 15-year-old girl. She rolls her eyes, sighs in annoyance, loves fashion, glitter, music, and food. She enjoys riding…
Support Jaedyn Knight

Support Jaedyn Knight

If you raise your children to feel that they can accomplish any goal or task they decide upon, you will have succeeded as a parent,…
Support Jodi Tuckerman

Support Jodi Tuckerman

At the end of December 2021 I tested positive for COVID-19, despite taking all of the recommended precautions to avoid it. Even though I did…
Support Amy Roth

Support Amy Roth

For the past 10 years, I have been struggling with digestive issues, food sensitivities, and chronic pain. I’ve tried dietary changes, chiropractic care, massage, oils,…
Support Brody Hughes

Support Brody Hughes

Our son Brody Lee Hughes was born on November, 29 2016. Brody was born healthy and so loved. He loved being cuddled and sang lullabies…
Support Adria Gerig

Support Adria Gerig

Our daughter, Adria Gerig, was born with Spina Bifida on November 19, 2013. Her journey has been amazing and truly a testimony to God’s faithfulness…
Support Chrystal Mielke

Support Chrystal Mielke

Hello, my name is Chrystal Ella Grace Mielke, but before I was adopted my name was Chrystal Makayla Love and I lived in Ketchikan, Alaska.…
Support Wyatt Taylor

Support Wyatt Taylor

On July 3, 2021, Wyatt was on his way to work on his motorcycle when another driver ran a stop sign in front of him.…
Support Wayne Bishop

Support Wayne Bishop

My name is Wayne Bishop and I’m from Findlay, Ohio. As many of you know, I started my own business when I was 30 years…
Support Silas Johnson

Support Silas Johnson

Dear family, friends and supporters, As many of you know, the time leading up to the birth of my son Silas was very scary. At…
Support Allison Bucko

Support Allison Bucko

Have you ever had a bad migraine or tension headache? A debilitating one where your head is just pounding and pressure is coming from all…
Support Kennedy Johnson

Support Kennedy Johnson

As most of you know, on Feb 17, 2019, our lives changed forever. My daughter, Kennedy, was visiting with her father from out of town.…