Nevaeh, a strong 15 month old baby girl had a challenging birth, and has since undergone surgery in both eyes. Her family needs support to pay for her ongoing treatment as she is developmentally behind other kids
Each year, a group of Bend High students raise money in order to support a young child that is part of our local Sparrow program. The Sparrow program started after a young man emptied his bank account to help his teacher pay for his son’s bone marrow transplant. Sparrow Clubs exist to set the stage for simple, yet heroic, acts of kindness in schools and youth culture by empowering kids to help kids in medical need. You can read more about the Sparrow Program at https://www.sparrowclubs.org/
This year, we are raising money for a sweet baby girl by the name of Nevaeh. During her birth, many of her bones were broken and she was placed in intensive care. She has had to undergo surgery in both eyes and now wears the most adorable pink glasses you have ever seen to help correct her vision. Nevaeh also has to wear one hearing aid to help with her hearing. Her family is in need of extra support as they must pay for her ongoing physical therapy and other medical needs as they arise. Because of her various medical needs early on, she is now developmentally behind other children her age. She struggles to sit up on her own, talk, and more. Nevaeh is a fighter, but she can’t fight alone.
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