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 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. She started complaining of a terrible headache. As time went [...]

Support Shereece Holmon

Imagine going through life vibrant, healthy, thriving, and living life to the fullest in the city that never sleeps. Yes! NYC, where I lived for 18 years. This was my 20 something experience. Me! [...]

Support Brian Baldwin

Since I was a teenager, I have had a long history of dealing with mental & physical illness. I suffered from terrible depression, thoughts of death and debilitating feelings of panic along with [...]

Support Candace Bowers

As many of you know, I’ve suffered from headaches and dizzy spells for years. In 2014 I went to my eye doctor for a routine checkup. I told them that I was having some vision problems in my right [...]

Support Ryan Benham

On the early morning of May 9, 2019, Ryan was a passenger in a car that struck a curb traveling at a high rate of speed; the car subsequently hit two trees before reaching its resting point. Ryan [...]

Support Troy Hughes

Prior to September 28, 2018, Troy was a normal guy living his typical, everyday life. He was a hard-working business owner who cared deeply about his career and his family. Troy has two kids [...]

Support Terren Weidman

Terren was born July 16, 2013 at a full term of 40 weeks. He weighed 7lbs. and 6oz. All 10 toes and 10 fingers were accounted for. He came out with such beautiful grey eyes (since then they have [...]

Support Ashlyn Impton

On December 9, 2008, we had a beautiful little girl and we named her Ashlyn. She was more than my husband and I could ever imagine. She had 10 little fingers, 10 little toes, and the cutest [...]

Support Peyton Goecke

Of all the great things that will happen to us in our lives, having children is leaps and bounds better than anything else. It has given us another heart beat and soul to share our life with. [...]

Support Finley Cunningham

Your support for Finley and our family over the past four years has been both amazing and humbling. We are so grateful for your encouragement from the first ultrasound when it was discovered that [...]

Support Aubrie Hysell

Someone once said, “Sometimes, real superheroes live in the hearts of small children fighting big battles.” This is true about Aubrie Hysell. Aubrie is a six-year-old girl who is very energetic, [...]

Support Tracy Lickly

As many of you are aware, on August 14th, while working at the beauty shop, I began to experience eye pain, mental fogginess and extreme fatigue. I felt like I needed to take a nap in order to [...]

Support Bryce Hammond

Our amazing Bryce was born to us in February of 2006. He was in every way, our perfect little baby boy. He giggled, played, cooed and did everything “typical” for an infant boy in his first few [...]

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